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Chemical Equilibrium

Q. An equilibrium-controlled reaction will yield predominantly: A) the more/most stable product. B) the product whose formation requires the smalles...

Solved • Jun 8, 2017

Chemical Equilibrium

Q. The reaction of chloroethane with water in the gas phase to produce ethanol and hydrogen chloride has ΔH° = +26.6 kJ mol -1 and ΔS° = +4.81 J K-1 m...

Solved • Jun 22, 2016

Chemical Equilibrium

Q. The reaction of chloroethane with water in the gas phase to produce ethanol and hydrogen chloride has ΔH° = +26.6 kJ mol -1 and ΔS° = +4.81 J K-1 m...

Solved • Jun 22, 2016

Chemical Equilibrium

Q. At 25°C the enthalpy change ΔH°, for the ionization of trichloroacetic acid is +6.3 kJ mol-1 and the entropy change ΔS°, is +0.0084 kJ mol-1 K-1. W...

Solved • Jun 15, 2016

Chemical Equilibrium

Q. The iodination of ethylene at 25°C is characterized by the thermodynamic values shown. H2C = CH2(g) + I2(g) ⇌ lCH2CH2l(g)     ΔH° = - 48 kJ; ΔS° =...

Solved • Jun 15, 2016

Chemical Equilibrium

Q. Consider the following four energy diagrams: Which process will have a value of K eq that is roughly equal to 1?

Solved • Jun 2, 2016

Chemical Equilibrium

Q. Consider the following four energy diagrams: Which processes will have a value of K eq that is greater than 1?

Solved • Jun 2, 2016

Chemical Equilibrium

Q. Which value of ΔG corresponds with K eq < 1? (a) +1 kJ/mol (b) 0 kJ/mol (c) -1 kJ/mol  

Solved • Jun 2, 2016

Chemical Equilibrium

Q. Which value of ΔG corresponds with K eq = 1? (a) +1 kJ/mol (b) 0 kJ/mol (c) -1 kJ/mol

Solved • Jun 2, 2016

Chemical Equilibrium

Q. For each of the following cases use the information given to determine whether or not the equilibrium will favor products over reactants: (a) A re...

Solved • Jun 2, 2016

Chemical Equilibrium

Q. For the following reaction, indicate by circling the correct answers for  ΔG and K, whether this reaction lies to the right or left.

Solved • Feb 22, 2016