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`        3 mole of A and 2 mole of B are mixed with 4 litre vessel reaction 3A+2B----4C at equilibrium the flask contain 1 moles of B. What is kC`
11 months ago

Arun
24483 Points
```							Dear student 3A             +         2B.        =            4C(3 – 3x ).           2 – 2x.                     4x I think now you can solve. In case of any difficulty,plfeel free to ask gain
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11 months ago
yohib ahmed
27 Points
```							Please answer in details if you can... please because i already 2-3 steps but answer not match, answer of this question is 18.97M-1
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11 months ago
Arun
24483 Points
```							2 – 2x = 1 hence x = ½ Kc = (2/4)^4 / (3/8)^3 (1/4)^2 = 18.963 now Kc = 18.963 Hope it helps RegardsArun
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11 months ago
yohib ahmed
27 Points
```							Thanks Done Bro. your first step is very helpful for me. Thank you.   Answer this question also please Equilibrium constant of the reaction A+B ----- C+D is 1/3. How many moles of "A" must be mixed with 3 moles of "B" to yield at the equilibrium 2 mole of "C". The volume of the vessel is 2 litres Please solution this question.. Answer is 14 moles
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