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General Chemistry Lab II Post-Lab Questions for Experiment #4 – Equilibrium Name: James Anders Section: 17 Date: 3/5/08 TA: Ed Torres Room: 206 Grade: _________________ The exothermic reaction ● (g) → ○ (g) was allowed to come to equilibrium, as represented in the box below: 1. Some ● was added to the system at equilibrium. Which box (A–E, or none of the above) best represents the new position of equilibrium? Explain your answer. B, because it’s a 3/2 ratio, like the equilibrium in the first box. 2. The temperature of the system at equilibrium was increased. Which box (A–E, or none of the above) best represents the new position of the equilibrium? Explain your answer. A, because the reaction is exothermic and therefore shifts to the left. 3. The pressure of the system at equilibrium was increased. Which box (A–E, or none of the above) best represents the new position of equilibrium? Explain your answer. A, because when the pressure increases the less products are produced.
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CHEM 116 taught by Professor Torres during the Spring '08 term at Ole Miss.

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