The equilibrium constant for the reaction 2X(g) + Y(g) in equilibrium with 2Z(g) is 2.25 litre/mol. What would be concentration of Y at equilibrium with 2.0 mole of X and 3.0 of mole of Z in one litre vessel

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2X(g) + Y(g)  2Z(g)   ... Kc= 2.25 L/moland, Kc=[Z]2[X]2[Y]or, [Z]2[X]2[Y]=2.25or, [3]2[2]2[Y]=2.25or, [Y]=94×2.25=1Therefore, concentration of Y should be 1M. 

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