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Jesalynne 2F wrote:If the pressure is increased the reaction will go towards the side with fewer gas particles. If you decrease the pressure the reaction will go to the side with more gas particles.
this is a good quick way to do it, but Dr.Lavelle also emphasized that the reason behind this shift is how pressure changes the concentration, not simply its shift towards less gas particles.
zfinn wrote:Micah3J wrote:Pressure doesn't affect the equilibrium constant though right? It will only shift it one way or the other?
yep! heat is the only measure that affects the equilibrium constant
Wait, you mean heat as well as concentration of either the products or the reactants right?
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