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    Answer is A can someone please explain it
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    So you know X is a product.
    So graph 1: as the temp increases, the conc of X decreases. When the temp increases it favours the endothermic reaction(meaning conc of x would increase if the reaction was endothermic) and therefore the forward reaction has to be exothermic (since the conc of X decreases as temp increases)
    Graph 2: as pressure increases, X increases. You know that as pressure increases it favours the side with less moles and therefore there needs to be a decrease in number of moles of gas
    Hope that helps! x
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    (Original post by ndk123)
    So you know X is a product.
    So graph 1: as the temp increases, the conc of X decreases. When the temp increases it favours the endothermic reaction(meaning conc of x would increase if the reaction was endothermic) and therefore the forward reaction has to be exothermic (since the conc of X decreases as temp increases)
    Graph 2: as pressure increases, X increases. You know that as pressure increases it favours the side with less moles and therefore there needs to be a decrease in number of moles of gas
    Hope that helps! x
    Thank u so much I get it now)
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    (Original post by ndk123)
    So you know X is a product.
    So graph 1: as the temp increases, the conc of X decreases. When the temp increases it favours the endothermic reaction(meaning conc of x would increase if the reaction was endothermic) and therefore the forward reaction has to be exothermic (since the conc of X decreases as temp increases)
    Graph 2: as pressure increases, X increases. You know that as pressure increases it favours the side with less moles and therefore there needs to be a decrease in number of moles of gas
    Hope that helps! x
    (Original post by ndk123)
    So you know X is a product.
    So graph 1: as the temp increases, the conc of X decreases. When the temp increases it favours the endothermic reaction(meaning conc of x would increase if the reaction was endothermic) and therefore the forward reaction has to be exothermic (since the conc of X decreases as temp increases)
    Graph 2: as pressure increases, X increases. You know that as pressure increases it favours the side with less moles and therefore there needs to be a decrease in number of moles of gas
    Hope that helps! x
    Can u help with theIs Question too plz
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    Can u help with theIs Question too plz
    I would say C is wrong. This as an increase in pressure favours the side with the fewer moles. In this case its 1mol—>2 mols therefore favours lefthand side so should be more Cl2 molecules than Cl atoms xx
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    Is this GCSE Or A level
 
 
 
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