The Larger the K for a Reaction, the Faster the Reaction
The larger the K for a reaction, the faster the reaction.
A reversible reaction in which K = 9.65 × 10-14 contains a negligible amount of reactants at equilibrium.
Kinetic energy is the energy associated with movement; potential energy is the energy inherent in an object due to its position or composition.
A manufacturing company requires 157 kJ of energy to power one of its machines for a day. The reaction shown below would be able to provide a sufficient amount of energy for this purpose.
2 HgO(s) 2 Hg(l)+ O2(g)H = 182 kJ