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Assuming the equilibrium constants for the following two chemical reactions are 10.0
(K1) and 1.50x10-8 (K2), respectively:
2C(s) + O2(aq)
<=> 2CO(aq) K1
2CO2(aq) <=> 2CO(aq) + O2(aq) K2
What is the equilibrium constant for the chemical reaction shown below?
C(s) +02(aq) <=> CO2(aq)
O 2.48 x 104
2.58 x 104
6.67 x 108
9.60
1.61 x 102
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Assuming the equilibrium constants for the following two chemical reactions are 10.0 (K1) and 1.50x10-8 (K2), respectively: 2C(s) + O2(aq) <=> 2CO(aq) K1 2CO2(aq) <=> 2CO(aq) + O2(aq) K2 What is the equilibrium constant for the chemical reaction shown below? C(s) +02(aq) <=> CO2(aq) O 2.48 x 104 2.58 x 104 6.67 x 108 9.60 1.61 x 102

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