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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Kathleen on Monday, March 29, 2010 at 11:48am.

8. For the reaction H2(g)+I2(g)\2HI(g); [H2] = 0.95 M; [I2] = 0.78 M; [HI] = 0.27 M. Calculate the equilibrium constant K and describe the direction (forward or reverse) of the reaction. Will adding a catalyst to the reaction alter the direction of the reaction? Why? Describe two ways you could drive the reaction forward after equilibrium is achieved.

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