# chemistry

Calculate Ke for the following(equilibrium concentrations given below substances)

NH4SH(g) yields NH3(g) + H2S(g) + heat
[.027] [.0234] [.209]

Thank you!

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1. The concentrations didn't line up correctly...they should be:

NH4SH= [.027]
NH3=[.0234]
H2S= [.209]

Thank you!

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posted by mary
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What is it you don't understand? Just write the Ke expression, then substitute the equilibrium concentrations and calculate Ke.

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