# Consider the reaction A+ B C+ D, which has an equilibrium constant, K, equal to 3.4 x 102.If one begins a reaction by placing 0.600 moles of A in a 1.0 L container as well as 0.150 moles1.B, what will be the equilibrium concentrations of A, B, C, and D? Write your answers in thespaces provided below.[A] 0.45M[B) OM[C]=0.150 M0-150 Ma.b.С.d. [D]-_Once the reaction in problem 1 reaches equilibrium, some additional B is injected into the flask2.from an outside source. LeChatelier's principle says the reaction will (circle one): be unchangedshift to the rightshift to the left

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Once the reaction in problem 1 reaches equilibrium, some additional B is injected into the flask from an outside source. LeChatelier's principle says the reaction will (circle one): be unchanged, shift to the right, shift to the left?

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Step 1

Equilibrium constant (KC) is the ratio of product of molar concentrations of gaseous products to that of product of molar concentrations of gaseous reactants to their stoichiometric coefficients of equilibrium.

Step 2

Given,

Initial moles of A = 0.600 mole.

Initial moles of B = 0.150 mole.

Step 3

Molar concentration a...

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