At a particular temperature, a hypothetical chemical system has the following equilibrium molar concentrations:[A] = 2.00 M, [B] = 4.00 M, and [C] = 3.00 M.
Calculate the value of the equilibrium constant (Keq expressed in terms of the molar concentrations) for the system if the reaction occuring were:
2A(g)C(g) + 4B(g)
C(g)4B(g) + 3A(g)
A +3C <--> 2B Keq= 2^2/(3x4^3) = 0.0208 (2.08x10^-2) 3C + 2B <--> 4A Keq = 3^4/(4^3x2^2) = 0.316 (3.16x10^-1)
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