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An equilibrium constant ...

A. is independent of temperature.
B. is small when the products are favored in the reaction.
C. is calculated by dividing the concentration of the reactants by the concentration of the products.
D. is the same, regardless of the initial concentrations of reactants.
E. All of these.

I can already eliminate A and E..and B..but was unsure about C and D

  • Chemistry - ,

    If you have decided that B is wrong then C must be wrong also. K is [Products]/[Reactants].

    Which only leaves you with D

  • Chemistry - ,

    def not d.

  • Chemistry - ,

    Anonymous above is wrong
    I just answered and it's D

  • Chemistry - ,

    It seems wrong, but D is the CORRECT answer.

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