Problem: For an exothermic reaction, what would happen to the numerical value of Kc, if we increase the temperature at constant pressure? 1. Kc would not change. 2. Kc would either increase or decrease, depending on the number of moles of gas involved. 3. Kc would decrease. 4. Kc would increase. 5. Kc would either increase or decrease, depending on the concentrations.

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For an exothermic reaction, what would happen to the numerical value of Kc, if we increase the temperature at constant pressure?

1. Kc would not change.

2. Kc would either increase or decrease, depending on the number of moles of gas involved.

3. Kc would decrease.

4. Kc would increase.

5. Kc would either increase or decrease, depending on the concentrations.

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