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    Osmotic Pressure and Endothermic Processes

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    If we remove CO2 from the following equation CO + H2O + heat > CO2 +H2 Which way will the equilibrium shift?

    As NH4NO3 dissolves in water, the resulting solution becomes colder. Which of the following expressions is most correct?
    A- NH4NO3 NH + NO + heat
    B- Heat + NH4NO3NH + NO
    C- NH4NO3  NH + NO
    D- NH4NO3 + heat  NH + NO + heat

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    If we remove CO2 from the following equation CO + H2O + heat > CO2 +H2 Which way will the equilibrium shift?

    If you remove a product from an equilibrium, more products will be formed ...

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    This solution explains:

    1) How removal of a product will affect an equilibrium reaction.

    2) How to write a chemical reaction of an endothermic process.

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