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I n the marking scheme it says the answer is this, however, why is water put up? Isn't water normally put as the denominator?
Kpc = (0.935 / 50) / (0.065 / 50)
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What’s the Q?
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The question is in the picture, the reply that I did to my own post. I would just assume that when we calculate Kpc we normally put the concentration in water as the denominator, but for some reason, they put the concentration of ethanamide in water as the numerator.
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oh nvm i got it, thank you anywayss
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