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The reactions shown here can be combined to make the overall reaction c(s) + h2o(g) β‡Œ co(g) + h2(g) by reversing some and/or dividing all the coefficients by a number. a. c(s) + o2(g) β†’ co2(g) k=1.363Γ—10^69 b. 2 h2(g) + o2(g) β†’ 2 h2o(g) k=1.389Γ—10^80 c. 2co(g) + o2 (g) β†’ 2 co2(g) k=1.477Γ—10^90

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