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When $A + 2B$ is in equilibrium with $2C$:
$A + 2B \leftarrow \rightarrow 2C$
The equilibrium constant Kc for this reaction would be:
We know that Kc is 2.35 for this reaction, so:
Calculate the value of the equilibrium constant for the reaction:
D in equilibrium with A + 2 B, A + 2 B in equilibrium with 2 C, K c = 2.35, 2C in equilibrium with D, Kc = 0.182
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