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February 20th, 2018, 08:55 AM   #1
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Affect of pressure on rate of reaction

1:X2(g)+1/2Y2(g)=X2Y(g)
2:X2(g)+Z2(g)=2XZ(g)
3:2X2(g)+2KY(g)=K2(g)+2X2Y
In which of the reaction above can the rate be detected by using pressure change and why? Please explain
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1:X2(g)+1/2Y2(g)=X2Y(g)
2:X2(g)+Z2(g)=2XZ(g)
3:2X2(g)+2KY(g)=K2(g)+2X2Y
In which of the reaction above can the rate be detected by using pressure change and why? Please explain
Hello Elize,

I appreciate you may have very limited access to resources eg the internet, but it would be very nice to hear back from you to find out if you understood the answers.

So I am going to ask you a question first.

What event in the reaction do you think will change the pressure?
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