# Question 7 The data below refer to the following reaction: 2AB (g) Az (g)+ B2(g) and...   Question 7 The data below refer to the following reaction: 2AB (g) Az (g)+ B2(g) and its Kp value is 1 x 10-4. AB (atm) A2 (atm) B2 (atm) Initial 8 0 0 Change Equilibrium What is the concentration of AB at equilibrium? 6.45 7.94 7.97 0.028 4.94
Question 6 For a chemical reaction: 2 CIO(g) + Cl2(g)+ O2(g)has a Kp = 0.085, and the initial concentrations are: 0.85 atm CIO 0.55 atm C12 0.55 atm O2 Which of the following statement is TRUE? Qis equal to K and the reaction is at equilibrium. Qis equal to 0.42 and the reaction will shift to the left Q is equal to 0.065 and the reaction will shift to the right Q is equal to 0.42 and the reaction will shift to the right Q is equal to 0.065 and the reaction will shift to the right
Question 8 Which of the following is a conjugate acid-base pair? HSO4 and SO2 CO32- and HCO3 H2SO4 and SO2- CO32- and HCO3 Lit and CI Question 9 What is the concentration (in M) of hydroxide ions (OH') in a solution at 25.0°C with pH = 3.751? 5.25 x 10-9 M 1.77 x 104 M 5.64 x 10-11 M 1.77 x 10-4 M 5.64 x 10-13 M

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