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Consider the reaction: 2CO2(g)=2CO(g) + O2(g). A reaction mixture in a 5.0 L flask at a certain temperature. At equilibrium there are 85 g of CO2(g), 1.20 g of CO, and 0.688 g of O2(g). Calculate Kc.

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