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K is the equilibrium constant to show the ratio of products to reactants at equilibrium. There are various types of equilibrium constants such as kc, kp, ka, and kb but all that changes is what is compared to one another. For example, kc is the ratio of the concentrations of products to the concentration of the reactants and so on. From the equilibrium constant we can figure out how much of a certain product or reactant we can expect within a reaction.
K is an equilibrium constant that represents the ratio of products to reactants. There's different types of K like Kp, Kc, Ka, Kb, but they all function the same and represent the ratio of products over reactants. The subscripts specify what kind of equilibrium it is. For example, Kp is equilibrium of partial pressure of gases.
K measures the extent to which reactants are converted to products. It refers to the reactions ability to reach a point where the concentrations of the reactant and product are unchanging with time, because the forward and backward reactions have the same rate.
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