equilibrium constants, science homework help

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Question Description

In this lesson, you learned about equilibrium constants and the chemical equilibrium expression. To demonstrate your learning, complete the math problem below.

Make sure to show your work.

For the reaction: 2NO(g) + H2(g) <=> N2O(g) + H2O(g) + energy

  1. Write the equilibrium constant expression for the reaction.This reaction takes place at 25°C.
    At 25°C. At this temperature, the concentration of NO is found to be 1.75 mol/L, the concentration of H2 is 3.00 mol/L, the concentration of N2O is 4.00 mol/L, and the concentration of H2O is 1.25 mol/L. Using the balanced chemical equation, calculate the equilibrium constant for this system.

"Make sure to show your work, and your answers should be provided with the correct amount of significant figures."

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maciej
School: UIUC

Hi bro,Here is the answer to your question. Have a look at it and in case you need any edits, please let me know. ...

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