4.0 moles of hydrogen iodide decompose to form hydrogen and iodine. If 0.442 moles of iodine are detected after the reaction has reached equilibriumI…

4.0 moles of hydrogen iodide decompose to form hydrogen and iodine. If 0.442 moles of iodine are detected after the reaction has reached equilibriumI….

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4.0 moles of hydrogen iodide decompose to form hydrogen and iodine. If 0.442 moles of iodine are detected after the reaction has reached equilibriumI what is the value of theequilibrium constant? Assume the reaction volume is 1.0 L. 2Hl(g} ——> H2(g) + I2(g) (this reaction is reversible and undergoes equilbrium}[j A. 0.44[:1 8.0.038 1:1 0.0.020 Ci D1.411104 QUESTION 3 4mm: SaveAmeor The production of hydrogen chloride gas from hydrogen and chlorine has an equilibimm constant of 57.0. If 1.00 moles of hydrogen react with 1.00 moles of chlorine in a 10.0 Lreaction flask, what is the equilibrium concentration of each reactant? H2(g] + Cl2(g} —> 2H0l{g} (this reaction is reversible and undergoes equilbrium] [:1 A. 0.0791 M for both reactants[:1 El. 0.0210 M for both reactants 1:1 0.0.136 M H2 1:1 0.0.0791 M H2 and 0.136 M Clg

4.0 moles of hydrogen iodide decompose to form hydrogen and iodine. If 0.442 moles of iodine are detected after the reaction has reached equilibriumI…