Problem: The equilibrium constant, Kc = 9.63 for the reacion shown below.2 A + B → 3 CWhat is the correct value of K for the reaction shown below?6 C → 4 A + 2 Ba. 0.0519b. 92.7c. 0.0108d. 0.104e. 0.208 

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The equilibrium constant, Kc = 9.63 for the reacion shown below.

2 A + B → 3 C

What is the correct value of K for the reaction shown below?

6 C → 4 A + 2 B

a. 0.0519

b. 92.7

c. 0.0108

d. 0.104

e. 0.208

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