Problem: Consider this reaction, carried out at constant temperature and volume.2 SO2 (g) + O2 (g) ⇌ 2 SO3 (g) What is the effect of removing some SO3 from  system initially at equilibrium?a) The concentration of SO2 decreases more than the concentration of O 2.b) The concentration of SO2 increases more than the concentration of O 2.c) The concentration of SO2 and O2 remain the same.d) The concentration of SO2 and O2 decrease equally.

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Consider this reaction, carried out at constant temperature and volume.

2 SO(g) + O(g) ⇌ 2 SO(g

What is the effect of removing some SO3 from  system initially at equilibrium?

a) The concentration of SO2 decreases more than the concentration of O 2.

b) The concentration of SO2 increases more than the concentration of O 2.

c) The concentration of SO2 and O2 remain the same.

d) The concentration of SO2 and O2 decrease equally.

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