Problem: For the dissociation of I2 (g) at about 1200°C, I2 (g) ⇌ 2 I (g), Kc + 1.1 x10-2. What volume flask should we use if we want 0.42 mol I to be present for every 1.00 mol I2 at equilibrium? Express your answer using two significant figures.

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For the dissociation of I2 (g) at about 1200°C, I2 (g) ⇌ 2 I (g), Kc + 1.1 x10-2. What volume flask should we use if we want 0.42 mol I to be present for every 1.00 mol I2 at equilibrium? Express your answer using two significant figures.


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