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Consider the equilibrium A <----> B. The equilibrium constant is Kc = 0.909, and the initial concentrations are [A]0 = 0.17 mol/L and [B]0 = 0 mol/L. Compute [A] after equilibrium has been reached.
(in mol/L)
(Using correct significant figures.)

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