Consider the equilibrium reaction Ti(s) + 2 Cl2(g) left right arrow TiCl4(l). Initially, 0.85 mol of…

Consider the equilibrium reaction Ti(s) + 2 Cl2(g) left right
arrow TiCl4(l). Initially, 0.85 mol of Ti(s) 1.5 mol Cl2(g), and
17.0 mol TiCl4(l) are added to a 1 L vessel at 2472 °C and the
reaction is allowed to achieve equilibrium. Given Kc = 100, which
of the following corresponds to the equilibrium Cl2 concentration?
Quadratic equation: x = fraction numerator negative b space
plus-or-minus square root of b squared minus 4 a c end root over
denominator 2 a end fraction for ax2 + bx + c = 0.

Place Order

a. 1.93 mol/L

b. 1.4 mol/L

c. 0.10 mol/L

d. 0.70 mol/L