# Problem: For the equilibrium between the cis and trans isomers of CHF=CHFcis-CHF=CHF ⇌  trans-CHF=CHFwhich of the following statements is true:a) If [trans] &gt;&gt; [cis] then Kc &gt;&gt; 1b) If [cis] = [trans] then Kc = ∞c) If [cis] &gt;&gt; [trans] then Kc &gt;&gt; 1d) If [trans] = [cis] then Kc = 0e) If [trans]&gt;&gt;[cis] then Kc &lt;&lt; 1

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For the equilibrium between the cis and trans isomers of CHF=CHF

cis-CHF=CHF ⇌  trans-CHF=CHF

which of the following statements is true:

a) If [trans] >> [cis] then Kc >> 1

b) If [cis] = [trans] then Kc = ∞

c) If [cis] >> [trans] then Kc >> 1

d) If [trans] = [cis] then Kc = 0

e) If [trans]>>[cis] then Kc << 1

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