For the equilibrium reaction: H2(g) + Cl2(g) 2HCl(g) The equilibrium expression is: (Note K does not have any units here, as they cancel out in the expression.) At 730 °C the equilibrium concentrations of reactants and products are: [H2(g)]/mol dm–3 [Cl2(g)]/mol dm–3 [HCl(g)]/mol dm–3
1.14 × 10–5 1.14 × 10–5 2.53 × 10–1
Determine the equilibrium constant, K for this reaction, give your answer to 2 significant figures and in scientific notation. K =
Superscript (↑) to 2 significant figures.
hi Answer K = [HCl]^2/[H2][Cl] K =... View the full answer