## Chemistry: The Molecular Science (5th Edition)

For the first reaction, all of the coefficients are one-third the value of the coefficients for the lower reaction. Thus, we find the answer is: c. $K_p^3=K'_p$
For the first reaction, all of the coefficients are one-third the value of the coefficients for the lower reaction. Thus, we find the answer is: c. $K_p^3=K'_p$