# Chemistry

Consider the following reaction:

CO(g)+2H2(g)⇌CH3OH(g)

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.

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1. 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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2. 9.43
You have to do the ICE rule. Where x=[CH3OH]

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