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Temperature is the only factor that affects K. For instance, if you are dealing with an endothermic reaction, and you increase the temperature, the system will try to offset this increase in temperature by shifting towards the products. This will cause the product's concentration to increase and, thus, so will the equilibrium constant since it is the ratio of products over reactants.
Last edited by Mina Tadros 3L on Sun Jan 10, 2021 11:09 pm, edited 1 time in total.
My TA told me that there are other factors that affect K, so you may find others if you look it up, but he said that temperature is the only one we need to know now and that we likely will learn other ones later in the chem series
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