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All of the following apply to the reaction A(g)+B(g)<==>C(g) as it is carried out at constant temperature in a rigid container EXCEPT:
A)The total pressure decreases
B)The rate of reaction decreases
C)The entropy of the system decreases
D)The number of molecules of C decreases
E)The frequency of collisions between molecule A and B decreases

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    Look at D as a possible answer.

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