How to calculate Kc if not given temperature?

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How to calculate Kc if not given temperature?

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\[K _{c}=\frac{ K _{p}}{(RT)^{\Delta \eta}}\]
what information do you have? do you have the partial pressures of all the components at the equilibrium or the total pressure and the molar rates?
do you have the reaction or they said is a STP condition?

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the delt n is =0?
Calculate the Kc of the reaction below assuming all reactant and product concentrations are 2.00 M at equilibrium. Ag+ (aq) + Cl- (aq) ⇌ AgCl (s) I think delta N is 0, that's what I got
you dont have any gas
you dont need that equation. you have to do this.. For a general chemical equation: \(\sf aA+bB\rightleftharpoons cC\) The equilibrium expression is: \(\sf K_c=\dfrac{[Products]}{[Reactants]}=\dfrac{[C]^c}{[A]^a[B]^b}\) Where the brackets (\(\sf [ ~]\)) mean concentration (Molarity).
Woot. using that `/sf` @aaronq :)
I think another important fact is that the reaction has already reached equilibrium so I think you can just plug in all the values moles for both reactants and products they give you once you set up Kc as @aaronq said.
Concentration of (s) = 1 so, 1/(((2)^1)(2)^1))= 1/4 = 0.25 ?
If the question is about temperature, then I would calculate according to the standard formula (or see @arronq 's post) and state that Kc applies to the temperature at which the experiment was performed.

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