Answer to Question #44138 in Inorganic Chemistry for Okechukwu

Question #44138
The equilibrium constant for the gaseous reaction
H2 + I2 ↔ 2HI is 50.2 at 448oC, calculate the number
of grams of HI that are in equilibrium with 1.25 mole of
H2 and 63.5g of Iodine at this temperature
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11.03.20, 15:35

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09.03.20, 22:47

Could a more in depth answer for this be given? I cant understand the process.

09.03.20, 22:42

What does the n in the answer mean?

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