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when pressure is applied to the equilibrium system ICE----->WATER which of thr following phenomenon will happen?/

a)more ice will formed              b)water will evaporate

c)more water will formed           d)equilibrium will not be disturbed

sir,ice aur water k bich reversible arrows hai....

plz help me

6 years ago


Answers : (2)


Dear Rishav ,

 if we increse pressure, equil. willl be shifted in the direc. of less volume, hence with rise of press. more ice will melt into water.

option c


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Anil Pannikar

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6 years ago

More water will be formed..Apply Le Chateliers law..

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