Reversible Reactions

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Reversible
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If the forward reaction is endothermic, the backward is...
Exothermic
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When the forward reaction and backward reaction are equal, the reaction is said to have reached...
Equilibrium
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By increasing the temperature of the reaction, will the yield of the exothermic reaction increase or decrease?By increasing the temperature of the reaction, will the yield of the exothermic reaction increase or decrease?
Decrease
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The forward reaction has less molecules, will the yield decrease or increase if we increase the pressure?
Increase
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By decreasing the temperature of the reaction, will the yield of the exothermic reaction increase or decrease?By increasing the temperature of the reaction, will the yield of the exothermic reaction increase or decrease?
Increase
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In a reversible reaction, the products can react to produce the original what again?
Reactants
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When a catalyst is used what happens to the rate at which the reaction reaches equilibrium?
Increases
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If the forward reaction is endothermic, the backward is...

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When the forward reaction and backward reaction are equal, the reaction is said to have reached...

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By increasing the temperature of the reaction, will the yield of the exothermic reaction increase or decrease?By increasing the temperature of the reaction, will the yield of the exothermic reaction increase or decrease?

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The forward reaction has less molecules, will the yield decrease or increase if we increase the pressure?

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