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for a reversible reaction if the concentration of reactant are doubled aad a definate tempreture then equilibrium constant will

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  1. Your post isn't very clearly stated; however, I think you are asking if the Keq will change when the reactant concentrations are doubled. The answer is no. The reaction will shift to the right (more products) but K will not change.

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