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Calculate the equilibrium constant for the following systems:


N2(g) + 3

H2(g)→ 2 NH3(g), where the equilibrium concentrations are

N2(g) = 2.12 mol/L

H2(g) = 1.75 mol/L

NH3(g) = 84.3 mol/L

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