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Equilibrium?
2SO2 (g) + O2>>>(g) 2SO3
(g) ∆Hο= –200 kJ
According to the above information, what temperature and pressure conditions produce the
greatest amount of SO3? Give explanation
Temperature Pressure
A. low low
B. low high
C. high high
D. high low

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  1. three gas volumes on left, two on right. High pressure makes go right
    reaction gives off heat, lower temp makes it go right

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