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yasminea 3L
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Postby yasminea 3L » Tue Nov 15, 2016 12:51 pm

When do we use Kᶜ instead of K?
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Brianna Wummer 2L
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Postby Brianna Wummer 2L » Tue Nov 15, 2016 2:12 pm

Hi there! Kᶜ is just a more specific notation for K. I don't think that it specifically needs to be used in place of K. In the course reader, it is stated that K is often used to represent Kᶜ or Kp. K is just a broader variable, and I think it can be used in any situation regarding an equilibrium constant. Hope that helps!

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