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Solution: What condition must be satisfied so that Qc=Kc?

Solution: What condition must be satisfied so that Qc=Kc?


What condition must be satisfied so that Qc=Kc?


We are being asked to identify the condition where Qc =Kc is satisfied

We will use the reaction quotient, Qc, and equilibrium constant, Kc

The reaction quotient determines if a given chemical reaction is at equilibrium

The formula for Q is:

Q = productsreactants

Any given chemical reaction at equilibrium has an equilibrium constant, K, associated with it

The formula for K is:

K = productsreactants

Remember the criteria used to assess the shift of the equilibrium based on the relationship of Q= Kc:

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