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I have a quick question.

How does this work:
ln Keq = 29.05
Keq = 1.12 * 10^23

What was plugged in the calculator to get Keq?

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asked by Sam
  1. Keq = (products)/(reactants)
    In the numerator, it's
    product*product
    In the denominator it's
    reactant(reactant.
    For both products and reactants, each is raised to the power indicated by the coefficient in the balanced equation.

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