CO2 x H2O

Substituting the given value of K into the above yields the CO2 mole fraction, from which the remaining concentrations are obtained from the previous equations. The results are:

xm2 = 0.3332 x^o = 0.6664 = 1.2 x10"4 x^ = 2.5 x10"4

As expected from the very large equilibrium constant, reaction (9.1) is driven nearly completely to the right.

This solution is relatively easily solved because:

(a) the initial element ratios are stoichiometric, meaning that both of the reactants would disappear if the reaction went to completion

(b) the final equation did not require numerical solution

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