Answer to Question #141730 in Inorganic Chemistry for Jepney

Question #141730
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Given and Asked - 3 pts; Complete data and proper units and significant figures (SF).

Equation or formula used - 2 pts; Necessary equations needed in solving the problem are shown.

Solution - 6 pts; Complete and organized solution/s shown

Answer - 4 pts; Correct answer with correct significant figures (SF) and unit.

Hydrogen is prepared commercially by the reaction of methane and water vapor at elevated temperatures.
CH4 (g) + H2O (g) ⇌ H2 (g) + CO (g)

What is the equilibrium constant for the reaction if a mixture at equilibrium contains gases with the following concentrations, at a temperature of 760°C?

CH4 = 0.126 M

H2O = 0.242 M

CO = 0.126 M

H2 = 1.15 M
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