# In the chemical reaction where 0.1 M of N2O4 (g) is converted to 2NO2 (g), what are the concentration values of NO2 (g) in the ICE Table?

N2O4 (g) <-> 2NO2 (g)

A. Initial = 0 M, Change = 2x, Equilibrium = 0 + x
B. Initial = 0 M, Change = x, Equilibrium = 0 + x
C. Initial = 0.1 M, Change = x, Equilibrium = 0.1 M - x
D. Initial = 0 M, Change = 2x, Equilibrium = 0 + 2x

I think the answer should be D. Can someone help me out here.

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1. No.
In the chemical reaction where 0.1 M of N2O4 (g) is converted to 2NO2 (g), what are the concentration values of NO2 (g) in the ICE Table?

N2O4 (g) <-> 2NO2 (g)
The problem TELLS you that you start with 0.1 M. So why would you pick anything that starts with 0 M? Doesn't make sense to me. Initial means what you start with. You're starting with 0.1 M. Right?

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DrBob222
2. So the answer is C right. It can't be anything else.

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3. Right. Here is the ICE chart.
......................N2O4 (g) <-> 2NO2 (g)
I.....................0.1...................0
C....................-x.....................2x
E...................0.1-x.................2x

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DrBob222
4. Dr. Bob bro do you jus purposely give ppl the wrong answers my guy oo it’s asking for NO2 not N2O4. You did the ICE table right but you didn’t read the question carefully smh stop misleading ppl all the time 😂

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5. its D on apex

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6. drbob how are you so

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