## Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity (9th Edition)

The equilibrium constant is the product of the concentration of products, raised to their stoichiometric coefficients, divided by the concentration of reactants, raised to their stoichiometric coefficients, and concentration of solids isn't computed. a) $K=[H_2O]^2[O_2]/[H_2O_2]^2$ b) $K=[CO_2]/[O_2]^{1/2}[CO]$ c) $K=[CO]^2/[CO_2]$ d) $K=[CO_2]/[CO]$