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Consider the following reaction at equilibrium
N2(g) + O2(g) + heat < = > 2NO(g)
Indicate how each of the following will shift the equilibrium

a. raising the temperature of the reaction.
b. decreasing the volume of the reaction container.
c. adding a catalyst
d. adding N2

my answer
a. shifts toward products
b. shifts toward reactants
c. change occurs
d. shifts toward reactants

Thanks

  • Chem -

    Two right!

    a. shifts toward products
    agreed, it is endothermic.
    b. shifts toward reactants
    No - No change in the position of the equilibrium as
    2 moles -> 2 moles
    c. change occurs
    No - No change in the position of the equibrium it just gets there more quickly.
    d. shifts toward reactants
    Agreed

  • Chem - oops -

    d. shifts toward reactants
    No - it shifts towards the products.

    Sorry typing too quickly and not reading the question!

  • Chem -

    sorry

  • Chem -

    sorry
    i know but i cannot tell

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