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Chemistry, 22.06.2019 02:50, Jerrikasmith28

The conventional equilibrium constant expression (kc) for the system below is: 2icl(s) ⇄ i2(s) + cl2(g) [cl2] ([i2] + [cl2])/2[icl] [i2][cl2]/[icl]2 none of the listed answers are correct [i2][cl2]/2[icl]

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