Let's assume we have a simple system of A<=>B. For simplicity also assume concentration of A is A0 at t0 and concentration of B is 0 at t0,
The system is allowed to react at constant H (enthalpy) and V (volume).
Will changing the initial temperature (T0) affect the equilibrium concentration of A and B (and Temperature), or will the temperature and concentration always come to the same value, regardless of initial temperature ? Please provide at least a conceptual proof.
Thanks in advance3 AnswersChemistry1 decade ago