Question: How does the concentration of Fe(SCN)2+ ions in the equilibrium mixture change as the temperature is increased?
Fe3+ + SCH- -> FE(SCN)2+ Edit
Answer: Temperature, however, does change the value of conc in equilibrium . One thing can happen, with increase with temperature the rate of reactions increase and reaction will reach to equilibrium fast.
But if your forward reaction is exothermic, with increase in temperature the reaction will shift left that means conc of FE(SCN)2+ will decrease. But if your forward reaction is endothermic, with increase in temperature the reaction will shift right that means conc of FE(SCN)2+ will increase. Edit
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