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the equilibrium constant for the synthesis of HBr(g0 from hydrogen and bromine gas is 2.18*10 exponent 6 at 730 degrees celcius.if 3.75 mol of HBr(g) is put into a 15L reaction vessel,calculate the concentration of H2,Br2 and HBr at equilibrium

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