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For Question 1 Part C given on the midterm, it says "using the data given in part A, comment on the relative stability of the reactants and the products." In the data in part A that it is referring to, it says that K > Q, so the reaction would not be in equilibrium. What would have been the correct response to this question?
The correct response would be that the equilibrium constant is large (K = 3*10^4), therefore, the product (SO3) is more stable.
Because the equilibrium constant is large, the products will be more stable than the reactants.
The products will be more stable than the reactants when the equilibrium constant K is large
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