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08%20Equilibrium%20Calculations%20v2 - Which statement A D...

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1 Which statement A – D is not correct? If all are correct respond E. (K = equilibrium constant, Q = reaction quotient) A) If Q>K then the reaction will reverse and products will turn back into reactants. B) If K>>1 then the reaction is strongly product favored at equilibrium. C) If G o >0 then at equilibrium the concentration of reactants will be higher than that of the products. D) If K ~ 1 and G o ~0 then both products & reactants will be present in significant amounts at equilibrium. E) A – D all are correct statements. o G RT Ke 2 A) If Q>K then the reaction will reverse and products will turn back into reactants. Correct Reactants Products   cd ab eq eq eq eq CD Q AB K
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3 B) If K>>1 then the reaction is strongly product favored at equilibrium. Correct Reactants Products   cd ab eq eq eq eq CD Q AB K 4 C) If G o >0 then at equilibrium the concentration of reactants will be higher than that of the products. Correct o G RT Ke Reactants Products eq eq eq eq Q K
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5 D) If K ~ 1 and G o ~0 then both products & reactants will be present in significant amounts at equilibrium. Correct E) A – D all are correct statements.
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course CHE 132 taught by Professor Hanson during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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