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268. Calculating Equilibrium Constants - Kc and Kp


This Chemistry Factsheet covers calculating equilibrium constants – Kc and Kp. When a reaction component is a gas, we can also express the amount of that chemical at equilibrium in terms of its partial pressure.

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September 2017


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