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Posted by George on Sunday, July 18, 2010 at 3:26pm.

The initial state of a reaction is A2 +B2 > 2AB. In the initial state of the reaction there are 6 A2s present and 6 B2s present. Suppose the reaction is carried out at two temperatures.Which of these situations represents the result at the higher temperature?(The reaction proceeds for the same amount of time at both temperatures)
a. 2As, 2Bs, and 8ABs
b. 4As, 4Bs, and 4ABs

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