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Given the following descriptions of reversible reactions, write a balanced net ionic equation (simplest whole-number coefficients) and the equilibrium constant expression ( K ) for each. (a) Liquid acetone (C 3 H 6 O) is in equilibrium with its vapor. (b) Hydrogen gas reduces nitrogen dioxide gas to form ammonia and steam. (c) Hydrogen sulfide gas (H 2 S) bubbled into an aqueous solution of lead(ll) ions produces lead sulfide precipitate and hydrogen ions.

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Chemistry: Principles and Reactions

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ISBN: 9781305079373

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Chapter 12, Problem 10QAP
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Given the following descriptions of reversible reactions, write a balanced net ionic equation (simplest whole-number coefficients) and the equilibrium constant expression (K) for each.

(a) Liquid acetone (C3H6O) is in equilibrium with its vapor.

(b) Hydrogen gas reduces nitrogen dioxide gas to form ammonia and steam.

(c) Hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S) bubbled into an aqueous solution of lead(ll) ions produces lead sulfide precipitate and hydrogen ions.

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