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K values represent how easily it is to create or break bonds. When you break down a compound, for example, PCl5 to Cl2 and PCl3 and the K constant is 111111. That number is very high, meaning there is more products than reactants at equilibrium and thus the bonds of PCl5 can be easily broken and thus PCl5 is not thermodynamically stable compared to another molecule with a lower K constant.
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