Alexis A.

asked • 09/14/21

What are the partial pressures of all substances involved in the reaction when it comes to equilibrium?

At a temperature below room temperature but with all of the substances still in the gas phase, the equilibrium constant Kp for the decomposition of iodine monochloride (ICl) into I2 and Cl2 is 1.40 × 10–5.

If a sealed vessel initially contains 2.16  atm of ICl but no I2 or Cl2, what are the partial pressures of all substances involved in the reaction when it comes to equilibrium?

PICI = 

PI2 =  

PCl2 =


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