K_{p} for the reaction: N_{2}O_{4(g)}<======> 2NO_{2(g)} in 25C is 0.15.
A certain amount of N_{2}O_{4(g)} is being inserted into a container in 25C
and at equilibrium, the pressure was 0.54 bar.
a. what is the partial pressure of each of the system's components at equilibrium?
**show detailed calculations in salving the two equations that you will receive.
(answers should be : p=0.43, x=0.11
so that: P_{eq}(N_{2}O_{4})= 0.32bar
And P_{eq}(NO_{2})=0.22bar)
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