a: gas pressure ~
b: increasing the concentration of a solution
"Increasing the pressure of a gas is the equivalent of increasing the concentration of a solution. So, if we increase the pressure on the above system, the position of the equilibrium will move so as to reduce the pressure. The equilibrium will move to the right, because there are fewer molecules on the right-hand side of the equation, and fewer molecules mean lower pressure."
Writer: Philippa Logan
Date: Dec 8 2014 3:40 PM
# 6646 Critique Analogy
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