Provides solutions to odd-numbered Practice Problems, General Problems, and Cumulative Skills Problems, plus answers to Review Questions.... l2, and Hl at equilibrium because, if the total number of moles is constant, it should not matter from which direction an ... Thus, Kfor reaction 3 is K = Ki x K2 = (4.9 x104) x (1.0 x10aquot;14) ... liquids and solids can be ignored in an equilibrium- constant expression because their concentrations do not change. (lf a solid is present, it has not dissolved in any gas or solution present.) ln effect, concentrations of liquids and solids are incorporated into the value of Kc, as discussed in the chapter.
|Title||:||Essentials of General Chemistry Student Solutions Manual|
|Author||:||Darrell D. Ebbing|
|Publisher||:||Brooks/Cole - 2005-03-17|