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Please help! If the equilibrium constant for a reaction is 0.00010, what does this tell us about the position of equilibrium for that reaction? A. There are more reactants than products at equilibrium. B. There are more products than reactants at equilibrium. C. At equilibrium, the concentration of reactants is the same as that of the products. D. The concentration of the product at equilibrium is 0.00010 M.

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well a large constant will tell that it is product favored over reactants. a smaller one will mean thatthe reaction is reactant favored over products.
so it would be B
A. There are more reactants than products at equilibrium.

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@herewego is correct in his statement but option he mentioned was not correct :)

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