chemistry
posted by jen .
what is the typical relationship between the rate of reaction and the value of the equilibrium constant?
A) it is a direct porportionality
B) it is an exponential proportionality
C) it is an inverse proportionality
D) there is no relationship between these factors

I don't know that there is a relationship.
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