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I am just asking myself if the two constants K and k have some relations with each other. Could anyone explain more about this?

Thanks

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I am just asking myself if the two constants K and k have some relations with each other. Could anyone explain more about this?

Thanks

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could you be more specific? Are you talking about Ka, Kb, Kp, Kc or something else?

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I should then say that the relations seem more than obvious.

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Thank you for your answering me. Anyway, could you please explain a little bit more ?

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K is a ratio of equillibrium compositions

I think that is what you needed?

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K is a ratio of equillibrium compositions

I think that is what you needed?

No, they are different, totally.

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The equilibrium constant will be equal to the ratio of the rate constants.

Is that what you were looking for?

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