General equilibrium problems. ICE type problems.a. Isopropyl alcohol can dissociate into acetone and hydrogen according to the r
eaction below.At 179 °C, the equilibrium constant for this dehydrogenation reaction is 0.444. i) If 0.166moles of isopropyl alcohol is placed in a 10 L vessel and heated to 179 °C, what is the partialpressure of acetone when equilibrium is attained
Answer:Today they will practice measuring different liquids. They will use a container called a graduated cylinder to measure liquids. Graduated cylinders have numbers on the side that help you determine the volume. Volume is measured in units called liters or fractions of liters called milliliters (ml).
<u>Answer:</u> The initial volume of the gas is 16.55 mL
To calculate the final temperature of the system, we use the equation given by Charles' Law. This law states that volume of the gas is directly proportional to the temperature of the gas at constant pressure.
are the initial volume and temperature of the gas.