Chemistry (12th Edition)

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Chapter 18 - Reaction Rates and Equilibrium - 18.3 Reversible Reactions and Equilibrium - 18.3 Lesson Check: 28

Answer

No, not really. For example, if there is a reversible reaction in which the mol ratios of gaseous reactants and products are equal, there will not be equilibrium shift if the pressure changes.

Work Step by Step

No, not really. For example, if there is a reversible reaction in which the mol ratios of gaseous reactants and products are equal, there will not be equilibrium shift if the pressure changes.
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