# [SOLVED] For the reversible reaction A(g) --> <-- B(G) which K values would indicate ...?

For the reversible reaction A(g) --> <-- B(G) which K values would indicate ...?

which K values would indicate that there is more B than A at equilibrium?

K=9x10^-5

K =2000

K = 0.7

K=4x10^8

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## This is the Best answer for For the reversible reaction A(g) --> <-- B(G) which K values would indicate ...?

K= 2000 and K=4 x 10^8

K=products/reactants=B/A

So if I let A=2 and B=1, K=1/2=0.5 **A number of less than 1 indicates reactants are more than the products.

If I let A=1 and B=2, K=2/1=2 **A number greater than 1 indicates products are greater than the products.

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