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Manipulating Equilibrium Constants
We will use two useful relationships when working with equilibrium constants. First, if we reverse a reactionâ€™s direction, the equilibrium constant for the new reac- tion is simply the inverse of that for the original reaction. For example, the equilib- rium constant for the reaction
Second, if we add together two reactions to obtain a new reaction, the equilibrium constant for the new reaction is the product of the equilibrium constants for the original reactions.
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