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vera_ewing

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When Q < K, what can you conclude about the reaction? A. The reaction is not yet at equilibrium, and the reaction will proceed in the reverse direction. B. The reaction is not yet at equilibrium, and the reaction will proceed in the forward direction. C. The reaction is at equilibrium and no reactions are occurring. D. The reaction is not yet at equilibrium, but the direction of the reaction must be experimentally determined.

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    IF Q<K the reaction quotient is less than that of the equilibrium constant so this means the reaction will proceed forward. So the answer should be B.

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