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The equilibrium constant for a reaction; $ A+B \rightleftharpoons C+D $ is $ 1 \times 10^{-2} $ at 298 K is 2 at 373 K. The chemical process resulting in the formation of C and D is

(a) exothermic

(b) endothermic

(c) unpredictable

(d) There is no relationship between K and $ \Delta $ H

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On raising temperature K increases. It means the forward reaction is favoured on increasing temperature. Thus, forward reaction should be endothermic.
answered Nov 13, 2013 by mosymeow_1

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