# Ice Table Chemistry

At 1000 K, 0.250 mol SO$_2$ and 0.200 mol O$_2$ react in a 10.0 L reaction vessel to form 0.162 mol of SO$_3$ at equilibrium. What is K$_{eq}$ at 1000 K for the reaction?

2 SO$_2$ (g) + O$_2$ (g) $\leftrightharpoons$ 2 SO$_3$ (g)

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