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Solution: Antimony pentachloride decomposes according to this equation:SbCl5(g) ⇌ SbCl3(g) + Cl2(g)An equilibrium mixture in a 5.00-L flask at 448 °C contains 3.85 g of SbCl  5, 9.14 g of SbCl 3, and 2.84 g of Cl2. How many grams of each will be found if the mixture is transferred into a 2.00-L flask at the same temperature?

Problem

Antimony pentachloride decomposes according to this equation:
SbCl5(g) ⇌ SbCl3(g) + Cl2(g)
An equilibrium mixture in a 5.00-L flask at 448 °C contains 3.85 g of SbCl  5, 9.14 g of SbCl 3, and 2.84 g of Cl2. How many grams of each will be found if the mixture is transferred into a 2.00-L flask at the same temperature?