How should the autoprotolysis reaction of water evolve at HIGHER temperature than #298*K#?
Consider the definition of
But this relates to the autoprotolysis reaction:
Since this is a bond-breaking reaction, we would expect that autoprotolysis would become more facile at HIGHER temperature. (Why?). Thus the equilibrium should shift to the right.
Should the equilibrium shift rightwards,
But as chemists, as physical scientists, we should seek out the data that inform our argument. From the interwebz, I found that at