In a basic aqueous solution, chloromethane undergoes a substitution reaction in which Cl- is replaced by OH-: CH3Cl(aq)+OH-(aq) <–> CH3OH(aq) + Cl-(aq)The equilibrium constant Kc is 1*10^16. Calculate the equilibrium concentrations of CH3Cl, CH3OH , OH- and Cl- in a solution prepared by mixing equal volumes of 0.1 M CH3Cl and 0.7 M NaOH . (Hint: In defining x, assume that the reaction goes 100% to completion, and then take account of a small amount of the reverse reaction.)
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