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An equilibrium system for the reaction between hydrogen and iodine to give hydrogen iodide at 765 K in a 5 litre volume contains 0.4 mole of hydrogen, 0.4 mole of iodine and 2.4 moles of hydrogen iodide. The equilibrium constant for the reaction is: H,(g)+ L,(g) 2HI(g) (A) 36 (B) 15 C) 0.067 (D) 0.28.
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