HW 15.55


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HW 15.55

Postby Katie Blann 1E » Mon Mar 12, 2018 6:22 pm

Why is part A of this problem true?

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Re: HW 15.55

Postby lindsay lathrop 2C » Mon Mar 12, 2018 6:37 pm

This comes down to the equation for equillibrium constant K. Where k is the rate constant for the forward reaction and k' is the rate constant for the reverse reaction. When k is larger it creates an overall larger K. However, if k' was larger, since its in the denominator it would cause the overall K to become smaller.


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