Hey, guys, In this new video, we're gonna take a look at the different types of equilibrium. Constants. Now, one thing we're gonna realize by going through chemistry one in chemistry to is that K is a very, very popular variable. We have it everywhere. We have our rate constant K. We have actually a K for acids and bases. We call them K a N K B K A. Is called our acid association constant, whereas K B is called Are based association Constant. Now we're talking about different types of equilibrium. Constants. So K is really, really popular. And when it comes to calculations in chemistry now we've talked about the equilibrium constant. Up to this point, we've said that it's equal toe products. Overreact. It's and we should realize, is that we have different types of equilibrium constants based on the units that we're using. Now we're going to say when dealing with gas is, we usually use the equilibrium constant K p. We're gonna say KP uses the partial pressure unit off atmospheres, and we're gonna say when dealing with a quiz salutes remember, acquis means that water is dissolving my compound. So when we're using Equus salutes, we tend to use the equilibrium constant Casey. Now Casey uses the concentration unit off polarity E. Remember, Polarity is moles over leaders. And also remember, polarity is the same thing as concentration and the same thing as Saul. You bility. So we've seen that we have K, p and K C now, and we're going to say that these two are related together. By this equation, KP equals Casey rt to the Delta end here. We're going to say that our is called our gas constant and it equals 0.8 to 06 leaders times atmospheres over moles Times K. Now remember, there's another are variable out there. It's 8.314 Jules over moles times K. But we only use that one when we're dealing with energy, velocity or speed. In this case, we're not dealing with energy, velocity or speed. We're dealing with equilibrium concentrations. So that's why we're using this particular are we're gonna say that t represents our temperature in Kelvin and then we're gonna say, most importantly, is our delta and exponents. Delta End equals moles off gas as products minus moles off gas again. Remember gas as react INTs. So we started out with the broad idea of an equilibrium constant equilibrium, constant K. But now we've delved in deeper to K, P and K C.