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17-1 CHAPTER 17 EQUILIBRIUM: THE EXTENT OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS 17.1 If the rate of the forward reaction exceeds the rate of reverse reaction, products are formed faster than they are consumed. The change in reaction conditions results in more products and less reactants. A change in reaction conditions can result from a change in concentration or a change in temperature. If concentration changes, product concentration increases while reactant concentration decreases, but the Kc remains unchanged because the ratio of products and reactants remains the same. If the increase in the forward rate is due to a change in
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