how will an increase in temperature affect the equilibria a decrease in the volume of the reaction vessel affect 2Br ~~Br2 Change in H+-224kj
According to the Le-Charterlier's principle,
(1) If the temperature is raised, reaction will proceed in the direction in which some heat can destroy (absorbed) so that temperature of the system remains constant.
Thus increase in temperature shifts the equilibrium in the forward direction of those reactions which proceed with absorption of heat (endothermic reactions), and in the back ward direction of those reactions which proceed with the evolution of heat (exothermic reactions)
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