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Solution: At a certain temperature, A2 and B2 react to give AB as follows:A2 (g) + B2 (g) ⇌ 2 AB (g)                            K   c = 0.354If an 8.00 L flask initially contains 4.16 moles of A 2 and 4.16 mole

Problem

At a certain temperature, A2 and Breact to give AB as follows:

A2 (g) + B2 (g) ⇌ 2 AB (g)                            K   c = 0.354

If an 8.00 L flask initially contains 4.16 moles of A 2 and 4.16 moles of B2, find the equilibrium concentration of AB in the mixture.

A. 0.142 M

B. 0.175 M

C. 0.119 M

D. 1.91 M

E. 0.238 M