# Chemistry

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For the reaction given, the value of the equilibrium of the constant at 400 K is 7.0. Br2(g)+ Cl2(g)=2BrCl(g)
Does the:
Reaction proceed to the left?
Reaction proceed to the right?
Partial pressure represent a system in an equation?

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Write the K expression. Now, to have K 7.0 (greater than 1.0), must products or reactants be greater or less?

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The reaction is favoring the products. In other words when you have a reaction whose number is 0 you are at a perfect equilibrium, when you have some number smaller than that you have a greater number of reactants than products. When you are above that you a greater number of products than compared to reactants. How do I know this? Kc= products/reactants

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