My reasoning was this:I got B, maybe I'm wrong.
Why don't I use logic like that when I'm in an exam. My thought process.My reasoning was this:
Part of Le Chatelier theory is that the system will attempt to counteract the change, but will never fully counteract it.
Thus, I found it more likely that it will undershoot it, and thus approach it asymptotically, rather than overshoot it and come down to it.
http://community.boredofstudies.org...4379697-multiple-choice-2014-hsc-chem-mcq.pdfpls help I literally can't find it. Which thread? There's like 20 pages in each thread (hyperbole)
is 20 b????????????just struggling to understand why its 8. B)
similar principle to 2012 hsc question here http://community.boredofstudies.org/240/acidic-environment/305880/degree-ionisation.html
shouldnt h+ decrease and therefore ha becomes more ionised by shifting right? Ha <--> h+ + a-