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Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Equilibria

Equilibrium
Chemistry
Class 11

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If

Then for
Equilibrium constant will be

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When sulphur (in the form of ) is heated at temperature T, at equilibrium, the pressure of falls by from 1.0 atm, because is partially converted into . Find the value of for this reaction.

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is 25% dissociated at and one atmosphere pressure. Calculate and the percentage dissociation at atmosphere and .

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Unit of equilibrium constant is:

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The equilibrium constant can be related with energy change as .
If true enter 1, if false enter 0.

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We know that the relationship between and is

What would be the value of for the reaction,

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The volume of container in which gas is heated is :

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For the reaction : 
at

When and are compared at , it is found that

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For the reaction equal to

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The equilibrium constant for the reaction is 50 at 500 K. In presence of suitable catalyst, equilibrium is attained four times faster. The equilibrium constant of the reaction at 500 K in the presence of catalyst should be-

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