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At 25 degrees the values of KC for the following reaction is 82. I2+Cl2-------------->2ICl 0.83 mol of I2 and 0.83 mol of Cl2 are placed in a 10 L container at 25 degrees. What are the concentration of the three gases at equilibrium? --- The answer is that I2 and Cl2 have the same concentration at equilibrium, which is 0.015mol/L - and I got that much. But ICl is supposedly 14mol/L I get 0.14mol/L, can anyone tell me if they get 14mol/L and if so, how? I used an ICE table already.

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You are correct, and your source is mistaken. At equilibrium [ICl] = 0.14 M
THANKS SO MUCH. I was extra confused when I saw a yahooanswers answer to this question......and the answerer also got 14 0_0. I appreciate your help.
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see second page of http://www.scribd.com/doc/63451986/Chapter7-Equilibrium-PP-Answers
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