Problem: At a certain temperature, the equilibrium constant for the following chemical reaction is 0.00145. At equilibrium, the concentration of AB is 2.725 M, the concentration of BC is 1.625 M, and the concentration of AC is 0.240 M. Calculate the concentration of B at equilibrium. AB (aq) + BC (aq) ⇌ AC (aq) + 2B (aq)

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At a certain temperature, the equilibrium constant for the following chemical reaction is 0.00145. At equilibrium, the concentration of AB is 2.725 M, the concentration of BC is 1.625 M, and the concentration of AC is 0.240 M. Calculate the concentration of B at equilibrium. 

AB (aq) + BC (aq) ⇌ AC (aq) + 2B (aq)

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