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Problem 25Q

What is the effect of decreasing the pressure of a reaction mixture at equilibrium if the product side has fewer moles of gas particles than the reactant side?

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Le Chatelier's principle is also called as ‘The equilibrium law’. It states that ‘ The changes to an equilibrium system will result in a predictable shift that will counteract the change’. It is used to predict the changes in system that is caused due to temperature, pressure, volume or concentration.

Changes in pressure is applicable only to gaseous systems. Increase in the pressure results in decrease in the volume and less space,...

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
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Author: Nivaldo J Tro
ISBN: 9780321910295

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