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Solution: A mixture of 0.500 mole of carbon monoxide and 0.400 mole of bromine was placed into a rigid 1.00-L container and the system was allowed to come to equilibrium. The equilibrium concentration of COBr2

Problem

A mixture of 0.500 mole of carbon monoxide and 0.400 mole of bromine was placed into a rigid 1.00-L container and the system was allowed to come to equilibrium. The equilibrium concentration of COBr2 was 0.233 M. What is the value of Kc for this reaction? 

CO (g) + Br2 (g) = COBr2 (g) 

a. 2.3 

b. 5.23 

c. 1.16 

d. 1.22