When heated at high temperatures, a diatomic vapor dissociates as follows:
A2 (g) ⟺ 2A (g)
In one experiment, a chemist finds that when 0.0520 mole A 2 was placed in a flask of volume 0.527 L at 590 K, the fraction of A2, dissociated was 0.0238.
a) Calculate Kc for the reaction at this temperature
b) Calculate Kp for the reaction at this temperature
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