The formation of CoCl4 2- from Co 2+ and Cl- is endothermic. Are the color changes that accompany heating and cooling of equilibrium mixture in accord with Le Chatelier’s principle? Please explain. Thank you. Well, I have your answer right here. Heat & [pinkCo(H2O)6]+2 & 4 Cl- –> [blueCo(Cl)4]-2 & 6 H2O by leChatelier’s principle, adding more of a of the three of the left side. . I. E. More heat or more Cl-, will drive the reaction to the right side, the blue side by leChatelier’s principle, removing any of the three of the left side. . I. E. Cool it or remove Cl- withthe addition of Ag+ , will drive the reaction to the left side, the pink side
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