• the reaction below has an equilibrium constant of kp=2.26×104 at 298 k. co(g)+2h2(g)⇌ch3oh(g)

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  • The equation for the reaction at equilibrium is 2H2(g) + CO(g) = CH3OH(g).

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      Desiree Klein

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  • At equilibrium, the concentrations of the species participating in the reaction are related by the equation: [CO]^2[H2]^2 / [CH3OH] = Kp = 2.26 × 10^4

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      Jamison White

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