# Problem: Which of the following statement(s) is/are true with respect to the following reaction at constant temperature?  A2 (g)  +   3 B2 (g)   ⇌   AB 2 (g)  +  AB4 (g)                  K = 2.32 x 10  5 at 25.0 oC i) At equilibrium the rate of the forward reaction is faster than the rate of the reverse reaction.  ii) Changing the concentrations of reactants and products will change the value of the equilibrium constant.  iii) At equilibrium the concentration of products is greater than the concentration of reactants.    a) i only b) ii only  c) iii only  d) i and ii  e) ii and iii

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Which of the following statement(s) is/are true with respect to the following reaction at constant temperature?

A2 (g)  +   3 B2 (g)   ⇌   AB 2 (g)  +  AB4 (g)                  K = 2.32 x 10  5 at 25.0 oC

i) At equilibrium the rate of the forward reaction is faster than the rate of the reverse reaction.

ii) Changing the concentrations of reactants and products will change the value of the equilibrium constant.

iii) At equilibrium the concentration of products is greater than the concentration of reactants.

a) i only

b) ii only

c) iii only

d) i and ii

e) ii and iii

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