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This question has multiple parts. Work all the parts to get the most points The equilibrium constant, Ke, for the reaction N2O1(g) 근 2 NO2 (g) at 25 °C is 170. Suppose 15.2 g of N204 is placed in a 3.000-L flask at 25 °C. Calculate the following a the amount of NO2 (mol) present at equilibrium
bthe percentage of the original N204 that is dissociated. %% Percentage-
Carbonyl bromide decomposes to carbon monoxide and bromine COBr2(8) CO(E)+Br2(8) Kc is 0.190 at 73 °C. If you place 0.396 mol of COBr2 in a 1.00-L flask and heat it to 73 °C, what are the equilibrium concentrations of COBr2, CO, and Br2? mo/L co]- mol/L [Br2] = mol/L
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