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### Prove that concentrations of all species increase ultimately in a chemical equilibrium when pressure is increased

I would argue proving this for generalized stoichiometry would be practically impossible since variable stoichiometric coefficients wouldn't allow to explicitly obtain $\alpha$ as a function of volume ...
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### Prove that concentrations of all species increase ultimately in a chemical equilibrium when pressure is increased

As the volume decreases so the pressure increases over that initially present, The equilibrium constant $K_p$ is unchanged as the temperature is constant, but $\alpha$ the degree of dissociation ...
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### Percentage composition of mixtures

You can determine the right answer even without any calculation, by comparing relative numbers. It cannot be a) as the relative silica content cannot decrease by drying. It cannot be c) not d) either, ...
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### Prove that concentrations of all species increase ultimately in a chemical equilibrium when pressure is increased

Perhaps you're overthinking the issue. Consider a single species, e.g., helium, reasonably close to an ideal gas at STP. If the pressure doubles, and the number of atoms stays the same, then the same ...
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### Do ionic solids retain their inherent properties in their aqueous solutions?

Once sodium chloride is dissolved in water, you do not have the solid sodium chloride anymore, and strictly speaking you do not have monatomic sodium and chloride ions either. You have hydrated sodium ...
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