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The equilibrium constant for the reaction is 50 at 500 K. In presence of suitable catalyst, equilibrium is attained four times faster. The equilibrium constant of the reaction at 500 K in the presence of catalyst should be-

A

200

B

C

50

D

83.6

Answer

When a catalyst is present, the equilibrium is achieved faster but its magnitude remains unaffected. Thus the value of the equilibrium constant in presence of a catalyst is same as in absence of catalyst. i.e., 50.

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