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Write the Equilibrium constant expression, Kc, of the following chemical
equations.
1. 2 O3ya)
3 Oz(g)
2. 2 NO(9) + C|2{9) ,
2 NOCI )
3. HF(ag) + C20,²"
(ag)
2F (aq) + H2C¿O4(aq)
4. CO2(9) + H2(9)
CO(g) + H2Ou
5. SnO2(s) + 2 CO(g)
Sns) + 2 CO21G)
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Write the Equilibrium constant expression, Kc, of the following chemical equations. 1. 2 O3ya) 3 Oz(g) 2. 2 NO(9) + C|2{9) , 2 NOCI ) 3. HF(ag) + C20,²" (ag) 2F (aq) + H2C¿O4(aq) 4. CO2(9) + H2(9) CO(g) + H2Ou 5. SnO2(s) + 2 CO(g) Sns) + 2 CO21G)

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