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following equilibrium system with a Kc of 1.23E-03:

C3H6O (aq) + 2C2H6O (aq)--> C7H16O2 (aq) + 2H2O (l)
1.What is the equilibrium expression for this system?

2.If the molar concentrations of C3H6O2 and C2H6O are both 0.255 at equilibrium, what is the equilibrium concentration of C7H16O2?

  • chemistry -

    So write the equilibrium expression and substitute the numbers from the problem to evaluate Keq.

  • chemistry -

    can you check to see I did it right.

  • chemistry -

    The Keq is not right. It's products/reactants with coefficients becoming exponents.
    2 is also wrong because 1 is wrong.

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    Plese check: thank u.

  • chemistry -

    You wrote it the same way. Its products/reactants. Products are on the right. Reactants are on the left.
    Keq = 1.23E-3 = [C7H16O2]/[C3H6O][C2H6O]^2
    and I omitted the water. Pure solids and pure liquids are not included.
    8E-5 is correct.

  • oops--chemistry -

    The expression I wrote is correct.
    The answer of #2 of 8E-5 is not right. Neither you nor I squared the the term.
    1.23E-3 = x/(0.255)(0.255)^2 = and x = 2.04E-5

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