31. The equilibrium constant a homogeneous system CO (g

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31. The equilibrium constant a homogeneous system CO (g) + H2O (g of) ↔SO2 + H2 (g of) at some temperature is equal to 1. Calculate the the equilibrium concentrations of of all the reacting substances, if the initial concentrations of: [CO] ref = 0.10 mol / l ; [H2O] ref = 0.40 mol / l.

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