Given The Equation 2a G 2b G C G At A Particular Temperature K 1 6 X 104 A Calcu

Given the equation 2A (g) 2B (g) + C (g). At a particular temperature,K = 1.6 x 104.a) Calculate the equilibrium concentration of C, if you start with 2.0 M of chemical A.b) If you mixed 5.0 mol B, 0.10 mol C, and 0.0010 mol A in a one-liter container,which direction would the reaction initially proceed?c) At a higher temperature, K = 1.8 x 10-5, If you start with 2.0 M of chemical A,calculate the equilibrium concentration of chemical C.d) Addition of chemical B to an equilibrium mixture of the above willi) cause [A] to increaseii) cause [C] to increaseiii) have no effectiv) cannot be determinedv) none of the abovee) Placing the equilibrium mixture in an ice bath to lower the temperature willi) cause [A] to increaseii) cause [B] to increaseiii) have no effectiv) cannot be determinedv) none of the abovef) Decreasing the volume of the container willi) cause [A] to increaseii) cause [C] to increaseiii) have no effectiv) cannot be determinedv) none of the above

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