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    in an endothermic reaction, increasing temperature increases the Kc value. I know it has to do with Le Chatelier's principle, but could someone please explain it in more detail?
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    (Original post by PatchworkTeapot)
    in an endothermic reaction, increasing temperature increases the Kc value. I know it has to do with Le Chatelier's principle, but could someone please explain it in more detail?
    An increase in temperature shifts the equilibrium in the endothermic direction, so in an endothermic reaction it shifts it forward. This means more products are made therefore have larger values. Larger values of products/values of reagent = larger Kc
 
 
 
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