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1. Consider the following reaction:2 NO2 2 NO 02At equilibrium, there are 0.035 mol of NO2, 0.045 mol of NO2 and 0.023 mol of O2 are inthe 1.07L reaction flask. Calculate the Keq for this reaction. 3. Consider the reaction 2HIH2(g)H2 g)(g)The partial pressures of H2 and I2 at equilibrium are 0.710 and 0.888atm, respectivelyWhat is the equilibrium partial pressure of HI? Given Keq = 0.324

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1. Consider the following reaction:
2 NO2 2 NO 02
At equilibrium, there are 0.035 mol of NO2, 0.045 mol of NO2 and 0.023 mol of O2 are in
the 1.07L reaction flask. Calculate the Keq for this reaction.
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1. Consider the following reaction: 2 NO2 2 NO 02 At equilibrium, there are 0.035 mol of NO2, 0.045 mol of NO2 and 0.023 mol of O2 are in the 1.07L reaction flask. Calculate the Keq for this reaction.

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3. Consider the reaction 2HI
H2(g)
H2 g)
(g)
The partial pressures of H2 and I2 at equilibrium are 0.710 and 0.888atm, respectively
What is the equilibrium partial pressure of HI? Given Keq = 0.324
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3. Consider the reaction 2HI H2(g) H2 g) (g) The partial pressures of H2 and I2 at equilibrium are 0.710 and 0.888atm, respectively What is the equilibrium partial pressure of HI? Given Keq = 0.324

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