Chemical equilibrium

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Homework Statement


[tex]N_{2(g)}[/tex], 0.32M and [tex]H_{2(g)}[/tex], 0.66M are placed in a reaction vessel. The system reaches equilibrium when [tex][H_{2(g)}][/tex] = 0.30M. Calculate [tex]K_C[/tex]

a) 10.7[tex]M^2[/tex]
b) 4.00[tex]M^2[/tex]
c) 2.67[tex]M^2[/tex]
d) 1.67[tex]M^2[/tex]

Homework Equations


Equilibrium constant formula


The Attempt at a Solution


This is just messing me up because the chemical equation isn't given. If I don't know the products, how do I get the equilibrium constant?
 

Answers and Replies

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i s'pose this is the famous haber's process eqn.
N2+3H2---->2NH3

(and this is reversible)
 

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