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For the reaction 2A(g) + B(aq) + 3C(l)<------> D(s) + 3E(g), the concentrations at equilibrium are found to be:
A: 2.3x10^3 Pa
B: 1.8x10^-2 M
C: 15.8M
D: 12.5M
E: 5.6x10^4 Torr

Find the numerical value of the equilibrium constant that would appear in a conventional table of equilibrium constants.

  • chemistry -

    Solids and liquids don't count for Keq; therefore,
    Keq = (E)^3/(A)^2(B)
    Substitute those values from the problem and solve for Keq.

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    for my answer i got 597559.1682 is this correct??

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    The problem is misleading. It says the numbers "below" are concentrations but they aren't. A is in pascals; although pressure and M can be mixed, pascals must be converted to atmospheres. 101325 Pa = 1 atm. Likewise, E is in torr and must be converted to atm. 760 torr = 1 atm.

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