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Solution: The rate of decrease in N2H4 partial pressure in a closed reaction vessel is 75 torr/h. What is the rate of change of ammonia partial pressures and total pressure in vessel? N2H4(g) + H2(g) → 2 NH3(g) a) 75 torr, 300 torr b) 150 torr, 300 torr c) 150 torr, 150 torr d) 150 torr, 0 torr e) 75 torr, 0 torr

Problem

The rate of decrease in N2H4 partial pressure in a closed reaction vessel is 75 torr/h. What is the rate of change of ammonia partial pressures and total pressure in vessel?

N2H4(g) + H2(g) → 2 NH3(g)

a) 75 torr, 300 torr

b) 150 torr, 300 torr

c) 150 torr, 150 torr

d) 150 torr, 0 torr

e) 75 torr, 0 torr