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Computing the Equilibrium Constant of a Reaction

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Consider the equilibrium:
3A <----> B
You prepare a mixture with initial concentrations [A]0 = 0.61 mol/L, and [B]0 = 0. You wait until the mixture reaches equilibrium, and then you measure the concentration of B: [B]eq = 0.11 mol/L. From your experiment compute the equilibrium constant Kc of the reaction.

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3A ----------> B

Initial Conc 0.61 ...

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This solution provides calculations and explanations for computing equilibrium constants of a reaction.

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