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    2NO2 <=>N2O4

    A chemist investigating this reaction started with 10 moles of NO2 and allowed the system to reach equilibrium.

    If 3 mole of N2O4 are formed the number of moles of NO2 at equilibrium is???
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    (Original post by Hazel99)
    2NO2 <=>N2O4

    A chemist investigating this reaction started with 10 moles of NO2 and allowed the system to reach equilibrium.

    If 3 mole of N2O4 are formed the number of moles of NO2 at equilibrium is???
    How many moles of NO2 have to react to form 1 mol of N2O4?
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    (Original post by charco)
    How many moles of NO2 have to react to form 1 mol of N2O4?

    20 moles? because started with ten but NO2 has a big 2 in front.
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    (Original post by Hazel99)
    20 moles? because started with ten but NO2 has a big 2 in front.
    From the equation you need to react 2 moles of NO2 together to get 1 mole of N2O4

    Therefore if 3 mol of N2O4 are formed ....
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    (Original post by charco;[url="tel:68023160")
    68023160[/url]]From the equation you need to react 2 moles of NO2 together to get 1 mole of N2O4

    Therefore if 3 mol of N2O4 are formed ....
    Oh...that simple 😂thanks
 
 
 
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