Part 1: The chemical reaction for Part 1 is Co(H2O)62+ (aq ) + 4Cl- (aq ) <==> C

Part 1: The chemical reaction for Part 1 is Co(H2O)62+ (aq ) + 4Cl- (aq ) <==> CoCl42- (aq ) + 6H2O(l) Answer the following questions.1. Predict the effect of removing chloride ions. In which direction will the above reaction shift? 2. Predict the effect of adding HCl. In which direction will the above reaction shift?3. Is the reaction endothermic or exothermic?4. The environmental temperature for this lab is 25 oC. Calculate the K value (equilibrium constant) at this temperature as well as the K value at any other temperature of your choosing between 0 and 100 0C. Report these K values and the temperatures they were calculated at.Part 2: Within the same link click on tab titled Common Ion Effect then click Solubility and Common Ion Effect. Once virtual lab is completed place your answer in the box provided at the bottom of the page, then click “check” the screen will thee change to a screen letting you know the answer is correct. Take a screenshot of the page that lets you know the answer is correct, make sure the date displayed in the left corner is visible in the screenshotPart 3: The chemical reaction for Part 1 is Co(H2O)62+ (aq ) + 4Cl- (aq ) <==> CoCl42- (aq ) + 6H2O(l) and should be considered when answering the 3 questions below.1. Based on the colors of the reactants and products, which do you think is in a higher concentration in the flask of 0.1M cobalt chlorid2. Describe what happens when you add concentrated HCl to the flask of cobalt chloride. Did you add a product or reactant when you added the HCl3. Describe what happens when you add silver nitrate to the blue cobalt chloride solution. What does adding the silver nitrate do to the reaction?APA 4 sources
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