How do you write the Keq equation?
The Keq equation is written as a mathematical constant being equal to the product of the concentration of the products divided by the product of the concentration of the reactants
It is important to remember it is the product of the concentrations
If there is a coefficient of two or more in the equation then that concentration must be multiplied twice ( squared )
The numerator is always the right side of the equation the products
The denominator is always the left side of the equation the reactants.
A + B = C + 2 D