Edition 7 #5.61

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chloewinnett1L
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Edition 7 #5.61

Postby chloewinnett1L » Sun Feb 10, 2019 6:22 pm

In this question, why does decreasing the amount of aqueous glucose cause a shift in the equilibrium concentration? Even though it is a product, it is technically not a gas, and I don't understand how you can include it in a K calculation.

aisteles1G
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Re: Edition 7 #5.61

Postby aisteles1G » Sun Feb 10, 2019 6:50 pm

Aqueous phase reactants/products are still included in all K calculations, only liquids and solids are excluded so removing it would cause a shift to the formation of products

Pritish Patil 1K
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Re: Edition 7 #5.61

Postby Pritish Patil 1K » Tue Mar 12, 2019 1:12 pm

Only liquids and solids are not included in the equilibrium expression. Aqueous and gas phase molecules are included.


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