# What are the colors for the three example reactions when the system reaches equilibrium?

Based on the concepts on chemical equilibrium to describe and explain what the equilibrium color should be for each of the reaction listed above.
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1.What information does the Keq constant reveal about the extent of a reaction?
2.How is the color of the solution at equilibrium related to the extent of reaction for the example reactions given?
3.How is the color of the solution at equilibrium related to the Keq constant for the example reactions given?
4.What are the extremes of color for the example reactions and what do they mean with respect to the extent of the reaction?
5.What color would you expect if 50% of the reactant were used up and approximately 50% of the products were formed?
6.What are the colors for the three example reactions when the system reaches equilibrium?
7.Suppose there is a fourth reaction for which the Keq constant is not known, but the reaction has the same features (reactants and product solutions are yellow and blue, respectively) as the other reactions.
i.Now imagine that this reaction is a green-blue color at equilibrium.
ii.Based on what you have learned about the relationship between extent of reaction and Keq, give an approximate range for the magnitude of the Keqconstant for this reaction. You will use the Keq values given for the three reactions showb above as your reference when approximating the range for the unknown Keq for the fourth reaction. There is no calculation required for estimating the range of the Keq for the fourth reaction.
iii.Explain your reasoning for the estimation of the Keq for the fourth reaction.