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Problem: For a chemical reaction: Cl 2 (g) + O2 (g) ⇌ 2 ClO (g) has a KP = 0.155, and the initial concentrations are:0.55 atm      Cl 2 0.55 atm      O2 0.45 atm      ClOSolve for the final concentration of Cl 2 in atm:A. 0.098B. 0.12C. 0.42D. 0.65E. 0.67 

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For a chemical reaction: Cl 2 (g) + O2 (g) ⇌ 2 ClO (g) has a KP = 0.155, and the initial concentrations are:

0.55 atm      Cl 2 0.55 atm      O2 0.45 atm      ClO

Solve for the final concentration of Cl 2 in atm:

A. 0.098

B. 0.12

C. 0.42

D. 0.65

E. 0.67 

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