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What factis effect the value of Kc and K in the rate equation?
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Kc is typically used to denote equilibrium constant, it has nothing to do with the reaction rate.
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What factis effect the value of Kc and K in the rate equation?
the equilibrium constant, K, is the ratio of the forward and reverse rate constants

EDIT: (snap with Borek) as he says, you can't say anything about forward rate constant from knowing K (as it also depends on the reverse rate constant)
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