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Ch.14 - Chemical Equilibrium
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Solution: When equilibrium has been reached in the reaction: AE + CD ⇌ CE + AD + xkJ in which all substances are in solution, A. Adding AE will increase the concentration of CE but not ADB. Adding CD will incre

Problem

When equilibrium has been reached in the reaction: AE + CD ⇌ CE + AD + xkJ in which all substances are in solution,

 

A. Adding AE will increase the concentration of CE but not AD

B. Adding CD will increase the concentration of both AE and AD

C. Heating will increase the concentration of both AE and CE

D. Escape of some AD by volatilization will increase the concentration of CE

E. Doubling the pressure will increase the concentration of CE