I apologize for posting another question after posting the previous question 30 minutes ago... But this will be my last question.. I promise.
Here's the problem:
At a certain temperature the following have their equilibrium constants given below:
S(s) + O_2 (g) <---> SO_2 (g) Kc1 = 4.2E+52
2S(s) + 3O_2 (g) <---> 2SO_3 (g) Kc2 = 9.8E+128
Calculate the equilibrium constant Kc for the reaction below at the same temperature:
2SO_2 (g) + O_2 (g) <---> 2SO_3 (g)
Could someone please help me with this problem? Thanks.
I have absolute no idea on how to solve this. This problem was from a quiz, and pretty much three-fourths of the students in my lecture class got this problem wrong. Funny thing is that my TA (teacher assistant) doesn't even know how to solve this. I could've asked my professor, but he's always asking other students questions before I could get him my attention.