How do you write the Keq equation?

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Aug 19, 2016

Answer:

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

Explanation:

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

Keq = # ({ C } xx { D}^2)/( {A} xx { B} )#