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For the water-gas reaction (Problem 43 attached) Kc = 0.111

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For the water-gas reaction (Problem 43 attached) Kc = 0.111 at about 1100 K. If 0.100 mol H2) (g) and .100 mol H2 (g) are mixed with excess C(s) at this temperature and equilibrium is established, how many moles of CO (g) will be present? No CO (g) is present initially.

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