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    Concentration of Nitric Oxide in Equilibrium with Nitrogen and Oxygen

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    At combustion temperatures, the equilibrium constant for the reaction N2 + O2 -> 2NO is about 5.0*10^-14. Calculate the concentration of nitric oxide that is in equilibrium with atmospheric levels of nitrogen and oxygen.

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    The solution attaches full calculations to find the concentration of nitric oxide in equilibrium with atmospheric levels of nitrogen and oxygen at combustion temperatures when given the equilibrium constant. It also provides explanation of each step in the body of the response as well as a helpful link to find the constants used in the calculations from.