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Problem: In which direction will the net reaction proceedX(g) + Y(g) ⇌ Z(g)          Kp = 1.00 at 300 Kfor the set of initial condition?[X] = [Y] = [Z] = 1.0 M a) net reaction goes to the leftb) net reaction goes to the rightc) reaction is at equilibrium

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In which direction will the net reaction proceed

X(g) + Y(g) ⇌ Z(g)          Kp = 1.00 at 300 K

for the set of initial condition?

[X] = [Y] = [Z] = 1.0 M 

a) net reaction goes to the left

b) net reaction goes to the right

c) reaction is at equilibrium

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