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In class, we discussed finding the equilibrium constant while ignoring species in a reaction at the solid or liquid phase. If all species in a chemical reaction are solids/liquids what would the value of K be? Would there be a value of K? Thank you in advance.
Since the K values are based on the species that are aqueous and in your scenario all of the species are solid and/or liquid, the "imaginary coefficient" 1 that is usually ignored due the use of concentrations (or partial pressures) values would be the K value. I believe that Professor Lavelle mentioned this in class today.
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