Chemistry
posted by Shanta .
Trying to figure out this equation I did the first part but I am really having trouble getting this one and my professor told me to re do it. Trying to calculate ke for the following equation (equilibrium concentration below problem)
NO^2(g) + O^2(g) + heat <> NO(g) + O^3(g)
[0.072] [0.083] [6.73 X 10^2] [6.73 X 10^2]

I would like to see your calcs
I am not certain what the second lines means,
On your first line, ^ is a symbol that I don't understand. I assume you mean subscript.
IF that is so, then Ke
= (6.73)^2 /((.072)(.083)) *10^{4}
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