what is the difference b/w Qc & Kc???????????/please help me .............!!!!!!!!!!!

Asked by  | 5th Nov, 2013, 11:31: AM

Expert Answer:

Qc is called the reaction quotient, and has the same form as Kc, but is calculated using non-equilibrium concentrations of products and reactants. Calculating Qc will tell you whether the reaction is at equilibrium (it will equal Kc) or whether the reaction will proceed to the right (QcKc)

If Qc is greater than Kc it means that the concentration of the products are greater than they will be at equilibrium, and that the concentration of the reactants are less than they will be at equilibrium.

Answered by Vaibhav Chavan | 5th Nov, 2013, 01:24: PM

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