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If a question gives you moles of a substance, it will probably give you the volume of the solution too. Use that to find the concentration then use the stoichiometric coefficients as the exponents in the equilibrium constant equation.
Kobe_Wright wrote:when a problem says there is 3 moles or 6 moles of a certain molecule do we just use that value to find the concentration or do we put the moles given in the exponent of our equilibrium constant equation?
I think we use those values of moles to find Q and then compare it to equilibrium.
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