Chem- Dr Bob

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NO(g) + CO2(g)<-->NO2(g) + CO(g) delta H^degree sign = -100kJ

Which of the following will favor the forward reaction? Why?

A) add NO B) remove NO2 C) decrease the volume of the container
D) raise the temperature E) add CO

Not sure why the last posting didn't show up correctly. Hopfully this one will. D??

  • Chem- Dr Bob -

    add heat, rxn <--
    remove heat, rxn -->

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