Dido525
For the reaction, Kc equaled 1. Assume that the initial concentrations are [A]init=0 M, [B]init=0 M, and [c]init = 10M .
Calculate the value of the reaction quotient Q.
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Dido525
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So I got Q=undefined. I don't think that's right though.
NotTim
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i cant remmember soorry
Dido525
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Thanks anyways :) .
Vincent-Lyon.Fr
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Q = ∞
So Q > Kc, hence the reaction will go left, consuming C and producing A and B
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Thanks. I already got it but I thought I should give the medal at least :) .