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a. more n₂ and o₂ would formed.
explanation:le chatelier's principle states that "when any system at equilibrium for is subjected to change in concentration, temperature, volume, or pressure, then the system readjusts itself to counteract the effect of the applied change and a new equilibrium is established that is different from the old equilibrium".
n₂ + o₂ ↔ 2 noaccording to le chatelier's principle, the addition of no will result in shifting the system to lift to increase n₂ and o₂ concentrations and reduce the stress of no addition and readjust the equilibrium again. so, more n₂ and o₂ would formed.
the volume should be taken from the stock is 0.5335 l = 533.5 ml.
explanation:firstly, we must calculate the molarity of the hno₃, m = (10pd / molar mass), where p is the weight percent (70.4 %), d is the specific garvity of hno₃ (d = 1.51 g/cm³) and molar mass = 63.01 g/mole.now, molarity of the stock m = 10pd/ molar mass = (10 x 70.4 x 1.51) / (63.01) = 16.87 m.to calculate the volume needed to prepare 1.80 l with 5.0 m concentration, we use the rule that the number of millimoles before dilution is equal to the number of millimoles after the dilution.
(mv) before dilution = (mv) after dilutionthe volume should be taken from the stock = (mv) after dilution / m before the dilution = (5.0 m x 1.80 l) / 16.87 m = 0.5335 l = 533.5 ml.
particulate movement and energy increases when a liquid is heated to its boiling point. explanation: when a liquid is heated to its boiling point, the form of the liquid changes. the particles with cinematic energy begin to move more randomly. so we can say that the particle movement and the energy grow.