Problem: The formation of tetrafluoroethylene from its elements is highly exothermic: 2 F2(g) + 2 C(s) ⇌ F2C=CF2(g)If a mixture of F2, graphite, and C2F4 is at equilibrium in a closed container, will the reaction go to the right or to the left if F2 is added?

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The formation of tetrafluoroethylene from its elements is highly exothermic: 2 F2(g) + 2 C(s) ⇌ F2C=CF2(g)

If a mixture of F2, graphite, and C2F4 is at equilibrium in a closed container, will the reaction go to the right or to the left if F2 is added?

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