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Q. the graph relates In K vs 1/T for a reaction .the reaction must be :
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Ruchi. Group Title
Q. the graph relates In K vs 1/T for a reaction .the reaction must be :
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dw:1354201232478:dw A) exothermic B) endothermic
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which option is correct?
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@ajprincess
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can u hlp me out .plzzz
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i am really sorry. I have no idea
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can u suggest any one on os to hlp me @ajprincess
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I am nt sure. i rarely visit chemistry group. So have no idea. Am really sorry.
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heena Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
listen from the graph we find out the how K depends on temperature now we know that on increasing temp favourable for endothermic but here K i increasing on decreasing temp means it exothermic
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might u read some law like on increasing temp exothermic show backward reaction while endothermic show forward reaction
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temp is also increasing
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heena Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
no its not see 1/T
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i'm nt understanding the graph ?
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do u know wat is k?
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euilibrium constant?
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heena Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
yes and will u give me the formula of kc
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heena Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
that is kc=concn of product/concn of react
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ok now here in graph K is increasing on increasing the value of 1/T means temp i decreasing and on deacresing temp and K also increasing then it must be a exothermic process
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in starting its temp. is 1.5 ,2,2.5 so its increasing
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heena Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
dear its not T u are provided 1/T
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1/T means if the values are given are in increasing order den T is decreasing but if its value of T given in increassing order then T i increasing
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decreasing then increasing
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heena Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
see whther they written T or 1/T or ask ur teach dey will explain u the difference abu T and 1/T
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i hav understood it wait i'm posting 2nd question.
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