Problem: Before any reaction occurs, the concentration of A in the reaction below is 0.049 M. What is the equilibrium constant if the concentration of A at equilibrium is 0.0196 M? A(g) ⇌ B (g) + 2C (g)

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Before any reaction occurs, the concentration of A in the reaction below is 0.049 M. What is the equilibrium constant if the concentration of A at equilibrium is 0.0196 M? 

A(g) ⇌ B (g) + 2C (g)

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