Answer to Question #185564 in General Chemistry for mike

Question #185564

Nitrogen monoxide reacts with oxygen to form nitrogen dioxide.

2NO(g)    +    O2(g)            2NO2(g)

At 1000K the equilibrium constant is 1.60. A mixture of these gases at 1000K contains 0.080mol L-1 oxygen, 0.050mol L-1 nitrogen monoxide and 0.010mol L-1 nitrogen dioxide.

Is this mixture at equilibrium? If not at equilibrium, which direction would the reaction need to shift to achieve equilibrium?


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Expert's answer
2021-05-03T07:26:29-0400

The reaction is not in equilibrium, hence proceeds to the products side


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