A chemical reaction 3A + B + 2C → D + 2E is conducted at standard temperature and pressure for which the equilibrium constant is 103 (mole/liter)−3.
(a) If in equilibrium the concentrations in moles per liter are ρA = 0.2, ρB = 0.5, ρC = 0.1, and ρD = 0.2, what is the concentration of the reactant E?
(b) Suppose that you now remove some reactant E. The reaction then proceeds to a new equilibrium, the new concentration of A being 0.17 moles per liter. What are the new concentrations of B, C, and D? By how much has the concentration of E decreased?
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