Carbon tetrachloride reacts with oxygen at high temperatures to produce chlorine and carbonyl chloride. 2 CC148) + O2(g) – 2 COC12(g)

Carbon tetrachloride reacts with oxygen at high temperatures to produce chlorine and carbonyl chloride.

2 CC148) + O2(g) – 2 COC12(g) + 2 Cl2(g)
K = 1.9 x 10′
What is K, for the following:
COC12(g) + Cl2(8) CCla(g) + /2O2(g)


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