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    Equilibrium process at 686 deg C:
    C02(g) + H2 <---> CO(g) + H20(g)

    [CO2] is 0.086 M
    [H2] is 0.045 M
    [CO] is 0.050 M
    [H20] is 0.040 M

    Calculate Kc for the reaction at 686 deg C.

    If you add CO2 to increase it concentration to 0.55 mol/L, what will the concentrations off all the gases be when equilibrium is re-established?

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    Please refer to the attached file. Cheers.

    To find Kc, you need to write the Kc expression:

    CO2(g) + H2(g)  ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution provides the necessary equations to find Kc of the given reaction under first a temperature change and then once the equilibrium has been re-established after an addition of CO2, laid out in a clear, easy-to-follow manner.

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