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Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by Adam on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at 9:04pm.

Initially, there are 33 moles of A and 0 moles of B. How many moles of A and B will be present after the system reaches equilibrium?

a) 33 moles A; 0 moles B
b) 0 moles A; 33 moles B
c) 3 moles A; 30 moles B
d) equal amounts of A and B

The answer is given as "C" but I dont know how it was obtained :/

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