Assume that at 25 C, with AlCl3 as a catalyst, the following equilibrium can be established between the liquids cyclohexane and methylcyclopentane.
C6H12 <=> C5H9CH3HCH3
Kc = 0.143
If initially 1.00 x 10^2 g cyclohexane is present, what mass of methylcyclopentane will be present in the equilibrium mixture? (Hint: Does the volume of solution matter?)
Kc = [product]/[reactant]
The Attempt at a Solution
I attempted to use ICE, but since I do not know the concentration (M) for the reactants, I do not know how to proceed.
I could get the moles of cyclohexane, but then don't I need to convert it to M?
Please advice. Thank you in advance.