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in chemical equilibrium there are some examples where we take the concentration in equilibrium state as ' a(1-x)' ...and in some it is just 'a-x' ...for the reactants......plzz..help me clear my confusion...

in chemical equilibrium there are some examples where we take the concentration in equilibrium state as  ' a(1-x)' ...and in some it is just 'a-x' ...for the reactants......plzz..help me clear my confusion... 

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yash watwani
16 Points
9 years ago

if we take no of moles a then we use simply a-x but if it is the question of dissociation then we use a[1-x]

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