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kristi le 2F wrote:water is not included in the K constant when it is a solvent because it is viewed as pure. Liquids and solids are not included in the K constant since their concentrations do not significantly change.
To add to this, since water is the solvent, it will be in excess and so its concentration will not experience a significant change. This is why when water is in its liquid form, we don't include it in the K expression.
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