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Problem: Compound A decomposes according to the equation                  A(g) ⥫⥬ 2B(g) + C(g)A sealed 1.00-L container initially contains 1.75×10−3 mol of A(g), 1.25×10−3 mol of B(g), and 6.50×10−4 mol of C(g) at 100°C. At equilibrium, [A] is 2.15×10 −3 M. Find [B] and [C].

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Compound A decomposes according to the equation
                  A(g) ⥫⥬ 2B(g) + C(g)
A sealed 1.00-L container initially contains 1.75×10−3 mol of A(g), 1.25×10−3 mol of B(g), and 6.50×10−4 mol of C(g) at 100°C. At equilibrium, [A] is 2.15×10 −3 M. Find [B] and [C].

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