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Problem: Consider the generic reaction: 2 A(g) + B(g) → 2 C(g) .If a flask initially contains 1.6 atm of A and 1.6 atm of B, what will be the pressure in the flask if the reaction proceeds to completion? (Assume constant volume and temperature.)

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Reaction: 2 A(g) + B(g) → 2 C(g)

PA = 1.6 atm

PB = 1.6 atm

2 moles of A react with 1 mole of B → B is the limiting reactant

Construct an ICF chart:

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Consider the generic reaction: 2 A(g) + B(g) → 2 C(g) .

If a flask initially contains 1.6 atm of A and 1.6 atm of B, what will be the pressure in the flask if the reaction proceeds to completion? (Assume constant volume and temperature.)

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