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Posted by Elleni on Wednesday, October 27, 2010 at 1:51am.

The equilibrium constant for the conversion of cis-stilbene to trans-stilbene is Kc = 24.0 at 200 C. If cis-stilbene is placed in an empty container at an initial concentration of 0.850 mol/L. What is the final concentration of trans-stilbene in the container at equilbrium?

A diagram illustrates cis-stilbene on the left and trans stilbene on the right with a reverse arrow <===> between

The answer is 0.816 mol L-1. What is the formula used and maths steps please.

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