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Help with a concentration problem


sweetlilygrl

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Hint: You can use an ICE (initial, change, equilibrium) table in order to solve this question. You have your initial concentrations, you know the change will be some "x", and thus, you have your change, and can equate the values to your K(eq) and solve for the unknown "x".

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