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for the rxn. 2no2 equilibrium to 2 no +o2 kc for that is 1.8 ×10 ki power -6 at 185 degree Celsius at 185 degree the value of kc for no+1÷2o2 equilibrium to no2

1. Oh, the power of abbreviations when sending texts, and it then translates to posts on boards into gibberish.

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