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In a system: A(s)      2B(g) + 3C(g). If the concentration of C at eqilibrium is increased by a factor 2, it will cause the eqilibrium concentration of B to change to:

(a) two times of its original value

(b) one half of its original value

(c) 22 times of its original value

(d) 122 times of its original value

For A(s)      2B(g) + 3C(g).

 Kc=C3B2; if C becomes twice,Then let conc. of B becomes B' then                    Kc=2C3B'2  or    C3.B2=2C3B'2   B'B=18=122

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