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The state in which both reactants and products are present at concentrations which have no further tendency to change with time.

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It's impossible, law of conservation of mass and energy immediately comes to mind. All an infinite K value means is that the forward reaction will go to completion.
answered Oct 26 '14 by Sherlock Holmes
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concentration. So initially, $[\ce{H_2O}]=[\ce{CO}]=y$, y being a constant. Let the concentration consumed by the equilibrium shifting to the right be x. At equilibrium, $\frac{\ce{[CO_2][H_2]}}{[CO][H_2O … problem. So then $\ce{p_{H_2}= p_{CO_2} = 2p_{CO} = 2p_{H_2O}}$ at equilibrium. So from substitution into Martin's equation, $\ce{p_{H_2O} + p_{CO} + p_{CO_2} + p_{H_2}}=1.5$, we find that $\ce{p_ …
answered Oct 23 '14 by Sherlock Holmes