EQUILIBRIUM CHEMISTRY

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At equilibrium at 1.0 L vessel contains 17.00

mol of H2, 20.00 mol of CO2, 13.00 mol of

H2O, and 6.000 mol of CO at 427◦C.

CO2(g) + H2(g) ⇀↽ CO(g) + H2O(g)

What is the value of K at this temperature

for the reaction?

Oct 17th, 2017

For this reaction,

the equilibrium constant K=[CO][H2O]/[CO2][H2]

Since all the gases are in the same vessel, meaning they have the same volume, the concentration ration is the same as their molar ratio.

So K=[CO][H2O]/[CO2][H2]=6x13/20x17=0.23

K=0.23

Jan 12th, 2015

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