One way to determine the value for an equilibrium constant is to measure the concentrations (or partial pressures) of all reactants and all products at equilibrium.
A known equilibrium constant can be used to calculate an unknown equilibrium concentration, provided the equilibrium concentrations of all other reactants and products are known.
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