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anonymous
 one year ago
The equilibrium constant:
is described as K = [products]/[reactants] without reference to coefficients within the chemical equation
is described as K = [reactants]/[products] without reference to coefficients within the chemical equation
is described as K = [reactants]/[products] with reference to coefficients within the chemical equation (used as superscripts)
is described as K = [products]/[reactants] with reference to coefficients within the chemical equation (used as superscripts)
anonymous
 one year ago
The equilibrium constant: is described as K = [products]/[reactants] without reference to coefficients within the chemical equation is described as K = [reactants]/[products] without reference to coefficients within the chemical equation is described as K = [reactants]/[products] with reference to coefficients within the chemical equation (used as superscripts) is described as K = [products]/[reactants] with reference to coefficients within the chemical equation (used as superscripts)

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0@aaronq I think its eaither the second or third

aaronq
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0it's not either. it's \(\sf K=\dfrac{[products]}{[reactants]}\) where the coefficients are exponents
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