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    1.25 moles of NOCL were placed in a 2.50L reaction chamber at 427 degrees Celsius. After equilibrium was reached, 1.10 moles of NOCL remained. Calculate the equilibrium constant,
    K subletter c, for the reaction
    2NOCL(g) = 2NO(g) + CL subnumber2(g).
    The equal is actually two arrows pointing in opposite directions, please show steps.

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    First you should set up and ICE table (initial, change, equilibrium)

    2NOCL(g) = 2NO(g) + CL subnumber2(g).
    I 1.25 mol ...

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