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Solution: When ammonium chloride is added to NH 3(aq),  1. the Kb increases. 2. the pH of the solution increases. 3. the pH of the solution decreases. 4. the pH of the solution does not change. 5. the equilibrium concentration of NH 3(aq) decreases

Solution: When ammonium chloride is added to NH 3(aq),  1. the Kb increases. 2. the pH of the solution increases. 3. the pH of the solution decreases. 4. the pH of the solution does not change. 5. the equi

Problem

When ammonium chloride is added to NH 3(aq), 

1. the Kb increases.

2. the pH of the solution increases.

3. the pH of the solution decreases.

4. the pH of the solution does not change.

5. the equilibrium concentration of NH 3(aq) decreases