Equilibrium Constant

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Equilibrium constant
2NO
(g)
+ H
2(g)
<=> N
2
O
(g)
+ H
2
O
(g)
+ energy
Equilibrium constant expression K
c
=

Concentrations: NO=1.75mol/L
H
2
=3.00mol/L
N
2
O=4.00mol/L
H
2
O=1.25mol/L
Substituting the concentrations into the equilibrium constant expression, we have:
K
c=





K
c=

K
c
= 0.5442
Equilibrium constant= 0.5442

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Equilibrium constant 2NO(g) + H2(g) N2O(g) + H2O(g) + energy Equilibrium constant expression Kc= Concentrations: [𝑁2 𝑂][𝐻2 𝑂] [𝑁𝑂]2 [𝐻2 ] NO=1.75mol/L H2=3.00mol/L N2O=4.00mol/L H2O=1.25mol/L Substituting the concentrations into the equilibrium constant expression, we ha ...
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