Rates of reaction

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Explain how the increase of pressure will do to the rate of a reversible reaction.
An increase in pressure will increase the forward reaction, this will then push towards the backwards reaction in order to reach equilibrium, it will be faster.
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What is an increase of pressure?
An increase of pressure is the increase of particles for the reactants.
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What is the point of equilibrium dependant on?
The position of equilibrium in a reaction is dependant on the conditions of the reaction.
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Equilibrium is reached when?
The rate of the reversible reaction is constant forwards and backwards.
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In order to reach equilibrium why does the reaction have to take place in a closed system?
To reach equilibrium the reaction must be in a closed system as it makes sure that there is no products or reactants escaping, it also makes sure there in nothing else getting into the reaction.
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What is an increase of pressure?

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An increase of pressure is the increase of particles for the reactants.

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What is the point of equilibrium dependant on?

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Equilibrium is reached when?

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In order to reach equilibrium why does the reaction have to take place in a closed system?

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