# Kp and the Partial Pressure Term Help!Watch

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Hello guys, need some help on a chemistry topic mentioned above.
If the partial pressure term>Kp, the equilibrium shifts to the left so that more reactants are formed, thus increasing the value of the denominator and reducing the value of the numerator (in the Kp Expression), causing Kp=PT, hence, meaning that the reaction in at ........
So, is it right to say equilibrium or dynamic equilibrium at the end. My text book says equilibrium, but I'm not sure =?

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(Original post by Delta, Δ)
Bump!
Your original question is unclear. I suspect that is why you have had no replies ...

kp = (partial pressureproduct)coefficient/(partial pressurereactants)coefficient

There is no temperature term...
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