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I believe it's a typo. In Lavelle's solution manual errors pdf on his website, the correct equation should have capital letter D in place of the lowercase d. I think it just stands for an unknown halide.
I ended up assuming that the D was supposed to represent deuterium which is just an isotope of hydrogen. So in order to make the equation balanced, I put a 3 in front of the d2. And because the moles are equal on both sides, this would mean there's no change in the equilibrium distribution. Can anyone confirm if this is the correct way of thinking about this?
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