BotanyIn a system A(s)  ⇌   2B(g)  +  3C(g)  . If the concentration of C at equilibrium is increased by a factor 2, it will cause the equilibrium concentrations of B to change to

In a system A(s)     2B(g)  +  3C(g)  . If the concentration of C at equilibrium is increased by a factor 2, it will cause the equilibrium concentrations of B to change to

  1. A

    Two times of its original value

  2. B

    One half of its original value

  3. C

    22 time of its original value

  4. D

    122 times of its original value

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    Solution:

    A(s)     2B(g)  +  3C(g)  

    KC=C3 B2 

    If (C) becomes twice, then let the concentration of B is B' then

    KC=2C3 B'2 =  C3 B2

    or     B'2 =   B82

    or      B' =   B22

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