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Solution: Is a mixture of 0.0205 mol NO2(g) and 0.750 mol N2O4(g) and 0.750 mol N2O4(g) in a 5.25 - L flask at 25 ° C at equilibrium ? If not, in which direction will the reaction proceed - toward products or r

Problem

Is a mixture of 0.0205 mol NO2(g) and 0.750 mol N2O4(g) and 0.750 mol N2O4(g) in a 5.25 - L flask at 25 ° C at equilibrium ? If not, in which direction will the reaction proceed - toward products or reactants?
N2O4(g)⇌ 2NO2(g) KC = 4.61x10-3 at 25 °C
a. The reaction will proceed to the right, toward products
b. The reaction will proceed to the left, toward reactants.
c. The mixture is at equilibrium.