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# 1.

2A+ B = 3 C + D
Enthalpy (heat) of Reaction = 38 Kj/mol D
Predict the effect on the equilibrium of the following change.
An increase in the concentration of A will have what effect on
the concentration of D

## 2. for same problem as 1.... but if C increases, d will..

3.

2A+ B = C + D
Enthalpy (heat) of Reaction = -15 Kj/mol D
Predict the effect on the equilibrium of the following change.
The above equilibrium is in an aqueous solution. Neither A,
B, C, nor D are water. If you double the volume of the
equilibrium mixture by adding an equal volume of distilled
water, what would be the effect on the concentration of D

## 4. The Principle of LeChatelier states that a system in equilibrium when perturbed

will readjust to minimize the perturbation Which of the following is a(are)
ANSWER: BOTH A AND B ARE CORRECT

## 5. This question involves SPECTROSCOPY. In this experiment, you will use a 10 cm

sample tube as a cuvet. Mark the top so you can insert it in the spectrometer the
same way each time!
Based on the information in your manual, what is the FeSCN +2 concentration if the

6.

A+2B=C+3D
Enthalpy (heat) of Reaction = 44 Kj/mol D
Predict the effect on the equilibrium of the following change.
The above equilibrium is in an aqueous solution. Neither A,
B, C, nor D are water. If you double the volume of the
equilibrium mixture by adding an equal volume of distilled
water, what would be the effect on the total amount of D in
solution
7.

A+2B=2C+2D
Enthalpy (heat) of Reaction = 33 Kj/mol D
Predict the effect on the equilibrium of the following change.
A decrease in the temperature of the equilibrium mixture
would have what effect on the concentration of D