# Worksheet: Kc to Kp Conversions

In this worksheet, we will practice converting between equilibrium constants defined by partial pressures and those defined by concentration.

Q1:

For the reaction shown, at . If partial pressures are measured relative to a standard pressure of 1 atm, what is the value of at this temperature to three significant figures?

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Q2:

For the reaction shown, at . If partial pressures are measured relative to a standard pressure of 1 atm, what is the value of at this temperature? Give your answer to two significant figures.

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Q3:

For the reaction shown, at . If partial pressures are measured relative to a standard pressure of 1 bar, what is the value of at this temperature?

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Q4:

For the reaction shown, at . If partial pressures are measured relative to a standard pressure of 1 bar, what is the value at this temperature to two significant figures?

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Q5:

What is the equation for the conversion of to for the reaction shown?

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Q6:

What is the equation for the conversion of to for the following reaction?

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Q7:

What is the equation for the conversion of to for the reaction shown?

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Q8:

is equal to for the reaction shown at . Under standard conditions, all species have a concentration of 1.00 M and partial pressure of 1.00 atm. Calculate for this reaction at to two significant figures.

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Q9:

What is the equation for the conversion of to for the reaction shown?

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Q10:

What is the equation for the conversion of to for the reaction shown?

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Q11:

What is the equation for the conversion of to for the reaction shown?

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Q12:

At , the following reaction has . Under standard conditions, the concentration of each species is 1.00 M and the partial pressure is 1.00 bar. Calculate for this reaction at to three significant figures.