IMG_0005_NEW_0007 - of reactants or products = No.ha"ge i" Q(and K is c Example Add Argon to flaber process reaction Change in Equilibrium

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Effect of Change in Concentration (at Constant Tem perature) Add reactant or product +system shifts away from added component Remove reactant or product = system shifts towards removed component 1) Initially, Q changes But: K is unchanged (at constant T) 2) Concentrations change -+ back to equilibrium : Q -+ K Example: Haber process Nr(s)+3Hr(s) +2NH3k) To increase yield of products: l)Increase tNzl or [Hz] 2) Remove product (NIH3) Continuous product removal -+ completion 5 Effect of Ghange in Pressure (at Gonstant Temperature) NrG) +3rt@) - 2Mr(g) 3 Ways to Change Pressure: 1) Add or Remove a gaseous reactant or product at constant volume -+ Same result as change in concentration Z)Jlleninefear(one that is not involved in the reaction) at constant -+ increase total pressure BUT Does NOT change partial pressures
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Unformatted text preview: of reactants or products = No.ha"ge i" Q (and K is c Example: Add Argon to flaber process reaction Change in Equilibrium Concentrations Example: Effect of change in concentration 2SOr(g) + Oz(g) =: 2SO:(g) at 1000 K Change in New Equlibrium Conditions 1 I tsb1, I a:1Wru4 K:280 at 1000 &>F =&o Equilibrium o-&-lt Moks Moles Effect of Change in Pressure (at Constant Temperature) Change the volume of fhe reectinn vessel-+ Change concentration/partial pressure of r Initially, Q changes BUT, K unchanged Reaction shift + Side that will increase/reduce moles of gas so Q -+ K \(s)+3ItG):2NHr(g) Decrease volume: increase pressure -l = reaction moves to right I rncrease volume : decrease pressure [ 0 -+ r = reaction moves to the le{.J ffiffiffi;* www$ 8...
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This note was uploaded on 12/27/2011 for the course CHEM 122 taught by Professor Williams during the Fall '10 term at Simon Fraser.

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