Chemistry

Write the equilibrium constant expression for each of the following reactions:

A. 4NO(g)+2O^2 <--> 2N^2O^4(g)

B. 2NO(g)+ Br^2(g) <--> 2NOBr(g)

C. CO(g)+ 2H^2(g) <--> CH^3OH(g)

D. SO^2(g) + NO^2(g) <--> SO^3(g) + NO(g)

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  1. What is your problem with these. Keq expressions are the same.
    K = (products)^x/(reactants)^y and raise each substance to the power indicated by the coefficient.

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  2. you have to find the equilibrium constant for them.

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  3. No, the problem says to write the equilibrium constant expression. Nothing about finding the value of K.

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  4. Not the value, the equilibrium constant. DrBob222, there's no instance of the letter "K" except in your own statement

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