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# GRUPO IQ – (501-502) PÁG: 1 DE: 2

ELABORÓ REVISÓ

## RIGOBERTO BARRIOS I.Q. MIRZA MONSERRATH AYALA

FRANCISCO LANDEROS

INGENIERÍA QUÍMICA
FISICOQUÍMICA 2

CUESTIONARIO DE UNIDAD I
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INSTRUCCIONES.
1. Lea cuidadosamente las instrucciones establecidas para cada sección.
2. Responda correctamente con lápiz, en caso de cambiar de respuesta asegúrese de
borrar en su totalidad la respuesta anterior.
3. El tiempo máximo de resolución del cuestionario es de 100 minutos.

## 1.- Gaseous phosgene dissociates at 1000 K according to the reaction:

COCl2(g) ↔ CO(g) + Cl2(g)
a) Calculate Kp if in the equilibrium pressure raises 1 atm and percentage of dissociation is about
49.2%.
b) If G at 25°C and 1 atm is +73.1 kJ, calculate Kc and Kp for the equilibrium at 25°C.
c) Determine H

## 2.- The reaction at 258°C:

A(s) + 2B(g) ↔ C(g) + D(g)
a) Write the pressure equilibrium constant of the reaction
b) What is the effect of an increase of pressure?
c) What is the effect of decreasing temperature if H > 0?
d) What is the effect of releasing D?
e) What is the effect of increasing amount of B?

3.- The G of decomposition reaction of PbO(s) is 188.95 kJ/mol . Calculate the equilibrium pressure of
O2(g) over a sample of pure PbO(s) in contact with pure Pb(s) at 25°C.
PbO(s) decomposes according to the equation:
PbO(s)  Pb(s) + O2(g)

4.- At 273K, the equation: H2(g) + I2(g)  HI(g) has a pressure equilibrium constant of 60.2
a) Solve G at 273K

## "2019, Año del Caudillo del Sur, Emiliano Zapata"

GRUPO IQ – (501-502) PÁG: 2 DE: 2
26/09/2019 EVALUACIÓN (PRIMERA)
ELABORÓ REVISÓ

## RIGOBERTO BARRIOS I.Q. MIRZA MONSERRATH AYALA

FRANCISCO LANDEROS

INGENIERÍA QUÍMICA
FISICOQUÍMICA 2
b) Is this reaction spontaneous?
c) What if iodine solidifies?
d) Calculate Kc

5.- Calculate Hvap for the evaporation of methanol when the temperature is raised from 20°C to 100°C
and if KP2/KP1 ratio is 22.14?
CH3OH(l)  CH3OH(g)

## 6.- For the reaction:

A + 3B C + 3D
Values of
T Kp
500 108
454.54545 1010
416.66667 1012
384.61538 1014
357.14286 1016
333.33333 1018
312.5 1020

−∆𝐻 1 ∆𝑆
We have the linear equation: 𝑙𝑛𝐾𝑃 = (𝑇 ) +
𝑅 𝑅
In the linear plot of “lnKp vs 1/T” calculate H, S and G of reaction.