Problem: Calculate the value of the equilibrium constant, Kc, for the reactionQ(g) + X(g) ⇌ 2 M(g) + N(g)given that M(g) ⇌ Z(g)                         Kc1 = 3.126R ⇌ 2N(g) + 4Z(g)             Kc2 = 0.5313X(g) + 3Q(g) ⇌ 9R(g)        Kc3 = 14.1

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Calculate the value of the equilibrium constant, Kc, for the reaction

Q(g) + X(g) ⇌ 2 M(g) + N(g)

given that 

M(g) ⇌ Z(g)                         Kc1 = 3.12

6R ⇌ 2N(g) + 4Z(g)             Kc2 = 0.531

3X(g) + 3Q(g) ⇌ 9R(g)        Kc3 = 14.1

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