Chemistry Practice Problems Chemical Equilibrium Practice Problems Solution: For the reversible reactionA(g) ⇌ B(g)which K valu...

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Solution: For the reversible reactionA(g) ⇌ B(g)which K values would indicate that there is more B than A at equilibrium?i. K = 9 x 10-9ii. K = 0.2iii. K = 9000iv. K = 9 x 109

Problem

For the reversible reaction

A(g) ⇌ B(g)

which K values would indicate that there is more B than A at equilibrium?

i. K = 9 x 10-9

ii. K = 0.2

iii. K = 9000

iv. K = 9 x 109