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Posted by Kristen on Sunday, March 18, 2012 at 7:31pm.

The equlibrium constant K, for the reaction, H2 + CO2 <-> H20 + CO, is 4.2 at 1650 degrees C. Initially, 0.80 mol H2 and 0.80 mol CO2 are injected into a 5.0L flask. Calculate the concentration of each species at equilibrium.

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