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Explain the equilibrium position of increasing the volume
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Consider the reaction Cl2(g) + I2(g) <=> 2 ICl(g), which is endothermic as written. What would be the effect on the equilibrium position of increasing the volume of the reaction container? 1. Reaction would go to the left, making more "products" 2. Reaction would go to the left, making more "reactants" 3. No change on the equilibrium position 4. Reaction would go to the right, making more "products" 5. Reaction would go to the right, making more "reactants"




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