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Solution: Ethane, C 2H 6, can be formed by reacting acetylene, C 2H 2, with hydrogen gas as follows:         C 2H 2(g) + H 2(g) ⇌ C 2H 6(g)   Exothermic         What change will be observed if the temperature of the reaction mixture at equilibrium were increased?     A)    The concentration of C 2H 6 will increase.     B)    The concentration of both C 2H 2 and H 2 will increase.     C)    The concentration of both C 2H 2 and H 2 will decrease.     D)    The concentration of H 2 only will decrease.     E)    There will be no change in the equilibrium concentrations.  

Problem

Ethane, C 2H 6, can be formed by reacting acetylene, C 2H 2, with hydrogen gas as follows:

        C 2H 2(g) + H 2(g) ⇌ C 2H 6(g)   Exothermic

        What change will be observed if the temperature of the reaction mixture at equilibrium were increased?

    A)    The concentration of C 26 will increase.

    B)    The concentration of both C 2H 2 and H 2 will increase.

    C)    The concentration of both C 2H 2 and H 2 will decrease.

    D)    The concentration of H 2 only will decrease.

    E)    There will be no change in the equilibrium concentrations.