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$H_{2}(g)+I_{2}(g)⇋2HI(g)$

$K_{p}=p_{C}p_{D}p_{A}p_{B} $

$K_{c}=C_{c}D_{d}A_{a}B_{b} $

$K_{c}=(atmorbar)_{Δn}$

where, $Δn=n_{product}−n_{reactant}$

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