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Consider the following reaction:


This reaction is carried out at a specific temperature with initial concentrations of [CO] = 0.27 M and [H2] = 0.49 M. At equilibrium, the concentration of CH3OH is 0.11 M. Find the equilibrium constant at this temperature.
Express the equilibrium constant to two significant figures.

I keep getting 1.69 but its not right. Please help!

  1. DrBob222

    Why didn't you show us how you came up with 1.69. If we don't know how you got there how can we tell where you're going wrong? I cam up with approx 1

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