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    For the equilibrium PH3BCl <=> PH3 + BCl3, Kp = .052 at 60 degrees Celcius. Further, a solid PH3BCl3 is added to a closed .500 L vessel at 60 degrees celcius; the vessel is then charged with .0216 mol of BCl3.

    How would I calculate Kc and what would be the equlibrium concentration of PH3?

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