Le-Chatelier-lab-answers (1)

Le-Chatelier-lab-answers (1) - equilibrium. None of these...

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Fe 3+ + SCN FeSCN 2+ 1. KSCN = colourless , Fe(NO 3 ) 3 = colourless mixed = brown, red, rusty, etc. , FeSCN 2+ provides the colour 10. 2- Darker brown , (more SCN ) shift right (toward FeSCN 2+ ) 3- Darker brown , (more Fe 3+ ) shift right (toward FeSCN 2+ ) 4- Lighter brown , (less Fe 3+ ) shift left (away from FeSCN 2+ ) 11. None (they are all the same) ,
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Equilibrium Lab Equilibrium Lab 12 Fe 3+ SCN FeSCN 2+ SCN = None* Fe 3+ = Na 2 HPO 4 ** Fe 3+ = Fe(NO 3 ) 3 *** *(With SCN , only a SCN will reestablish
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Unformatted text preview: equilibrium. None of these chemicals work. (addition of Na 2 HPO 4 can decrease FeSCN 2+ to its original [ ], but not the others). **Fe 3+ has been increased. The only way to reestablish equilibrium is to decrease Fe 3+ . ***Fe 3+ has decreased. The only way to The Haber process The Haber process A second application of Le chateliers principle (film = 10 min) For more lessons, visit www.chalkbored.com...
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