Consider the reaction A + BC+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 moles of1.B, what will be the equilibrium concentrations of A, B, C, and D? Write your answers in thespaces provided below.a. [А]b. [B]=[C]=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 leftPyridine is a weak base with a Kb 1.7 x 109. If 0.300 moles of pyridine is added to 1.00 L of3.water, what will be the equilibrium concentrations of the species below:a. [Pyridine] =b. [Pyridine-H] (the pyridinium ion)[ОН-] 3С.What is the pH of the solution in problem 4 (above)?.

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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 moles of
1.
B, what will be the equilibrium concentrations of A, B, C, and D? Write your answers in the
spaces provided below.
a. [А]
b. [B]=
[C]=
С.
d. [D]=
Once the reaction in problem 1 reaches equilibrium, some additional B is injected into the flask
2.
from an outside source. LeChatelier's principle says the reaction will (circle one): be unchanged
shift to the right
shift to the left
Pyridine is a weak base with a Kb 1.7 x 109. If 0.300 moles of pyridine is added to 1.00 L of
3.
water, what will be the equilibrium concentrations of the species below:
a. [Pyridine] =
b. [Pyridine-H] (the pyridinium ion)
[ОН-] 3
С.
What is the pH of the solution in problem 4 (above)?
.
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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 moles of 1. B, what will be the equilibrium concentrations of A, B, C, and D? Write your answers in the spaces provided below. a. [А] b. [B]= [C]= С. d. [D]= Once the reaction in problem 1 reaches equilibrium, some additional B is injected into the flask 2. from an outside source. LeChatelier's principle says the reaction will (circle one): be unchanged shift to the right shift to the left Pyridine is a weak base with a Kb 1.7 x 109. If 0.300 moles of pyridine is added to 1.00 L of 3. water, what will be the equilibrium concentrations of the species below: a. [Pyridine] = b. [Pyridine-H] (the pyridinium ion) [ОН-] 3 С. What is the pH of the solution in problem 4 (above)? .

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Number of moles(n)
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