Students learn to identify that temperature
is the only factor that changes the value of the
equilibrium constant (K).
The equilibrium constant K will always have a constant value
for any given temperature. However if the temperature of a
system is changed then the value of K will also change.
An example of this is seen with the following system:
The expression for K is as follows:
Temperature dependence for K is seen when K is evaluated at 25 and
100°C.
Temperature (°)  K 
25  0.15 
100  15.0 
