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Solution: The reaction A2 + B2 2 AB has an equilibrium constant Kc =1.5. The following diagramsrepresent reaction mixtures containing A2 molecules (red), B2 molecules (blue), and AB molecules.For mixture (iii),

Problem

The reaction A2 + B2 2 AB has an equilibrium constant Kc =1.5. The following diagramsA figure showing three diagrams of molecular mixtures. In diagram (i) there is 1 A2 molecule, 1 B2 molecule, and 6 AB molecules. In diagram (ii) there are 3 A2 molecules, 2 B2 molecules, and 3 AB molecules. In diagram (iii) there are 3 A2 molecules, 3 B2 molecules, and 2 AB molecules.represent reaction mixtures containing A2 molecules (red), B2 molecules (blue), and AB molecules.

For mixture (iii), how will the reaction proceed to reach equilibrium?