What is KP constant?
Simply so, what is meant by KP and KC?
Kc and Kp are the equilibrium constants of gaseous mixtures. However, the difference between the two constants is that Kc is defined by molar concentrations, whereas Kp is defined by the partial pressures of the gasses inside a closed system.
Also Know, how do you know if KC is KP? So any time the number of gas molecules on the product side is the same as the number of gas molecules on the reactant side, Kc will be equal to Kp.
Similarly, is KP only for gases?
Kp by definition is the product of the partial pressures of the gaseous products divided by the gaseous reactants raised to the power of their respective stoichiometric coefficient in the balanced chemical equation. Since your reactants are not gaseous they got to be either liquid or solids.
Is KP equal to KC?
So Kp=Kc and then if you have RT to the 0 power, this part, basically equals 1. If you know that delta n is equal to 0, then Kp equals Kc. Other than that, make sure you use R; 0.08206, use the temperature in Kelvins. And also delta n, that you'll only use the change in moles of gases only.