# Consider the following reaction where Kc = 9.52E-2 at 350 K. CH4(g) + CCl4(g)

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Consider the following reaction where Kc = 9.52E-2 at 350 K.

CH4(g) + CCl4(g) 2CH2Cl2(g)

A reaction mixture was found to contain 2.32E-2 moles of CH4(g), 4.47E-2 moles of CCl4(g) and 1.23E-2 moles of CH2Cl2(g), in a 1.00 liter container.

Is the reaction at equilibrium?
If not, what direction must it run in order to reach equilibrium?

The reaction quotient, Qc, equals

The reaction
A. must run in the forward direction to reach equilibrium.
B. must run in the reverse direction to reach equilibrium.
C. is at equilibrium.

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