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Solution: Assume that the change in concentration of N 2O4 is small enough to be neglected in the following problem.(a) Calculate the equilibrium concentration of both species in 1.00 L of a solution prepared f

Problem

Assume that the change in concentration of N 2O4 is small enough to be neglected in the following problem.

(a) Calculate the equilibrium concentration of both species in 1.00 L of a solution prepared from 0.129 mol of N2O4 with chloroform as the solvent.

N2O4(g) ⇌ 2NO2(g)         Kc = 1.07 x 10−5 in chloroform