chem question! plz help w/ short explanation! will best answer!

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Mar 10th, 2015

For a reaction like the example you provided, where A---> B + C, the equilibrium constant expressions would be: [B]^b[C]^c/[A]^a... where the []'s equal the concentration (mol/L) and the exponents are the coefficients used to balance the equation (so, if you added 2 to Ag in part b., the 2 would act as the exponent. Nothing in front constitutes a 1).


a) K=[H][HCo3]/[H2Co3]


b) K=[CrO4][Ag]^2/[Ag2CrO4]


Good luck!

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