Answer to Question #71978 in Organic Chemistry for Raunak

Question #71978
For the reaction of 2N2(g) + O2(g) --> 2NO2(g), decreasing the temperature will cause the reaction to

(Note: For all equilibrium problems, the single direction arrow should be a double arrow representing an equilibrium.)

Choose one answer.
a. shift to the right by increasing the concentration of the products.
b. shift to the right by increasing the concentration of the reactants
c. shift to the left by increasing the concentration of the products.
d. shift to the left by increasing the concentration of the reactants.
e. not change as the change in temperature will not affect the equilibrium.
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Expert's answer
2017-12-18T15:37:07-0500
This reaction is endothermic, therefore:
d. shift to the left by increasing the concentration of the reactants.

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