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Unlike gases and substances in solution, liquids and solids essentially have a constant concentration. This is because liquids and solids are practically incompressible, as the molecules in liquids and solids are very close together, with very little room to squeeze any closers, taking an enormous amount of pressure to cause even a tiny reduction in volume. Such changes in volume are ignorable.
The K equation deals with concentrations and as such aqueous solutions consist of dissolved solutes which can change in concentration unlike a solid group of atoms which cannot change in concentration
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