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Solution: Given the reaction: 2 X (g) + Y (g)   ⇌    2 Z (g)                      ∆H = – 335kJ Which combination of pressure and temperature gives the highest yield of Z at equilibrium? A. 1000 atm and 500 CB. 500 atm and 500 CC. 1000 atm and 100 CD. 500 atm and 100 CE. Catalyst, 500 atm and 100 C

Problem

Given the reaction:

 

2 X (g) + Y (g)   ⇌    2 Z (g)                      ∆H = – 335kJ

 

Which combination of pressure and temperature gives the highest yield of Z at equilibrium?

 

A. 1000 atm and 500 C

B. 500 atm and 500 C

C. 1000 atm and 100 C

D. 500 atm and 100 C

E. Catalyst, 500 atm and 100 C