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Medal.... According to Le Chatelier's principle, increasing the pressure of the system shown below will shift equilibrium to the left (towards reactants). N2 (g) + 3H2 (g) arrow 2NH3 (g) True False

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    @mathmate @aaronq

  2. mathmate
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    One easy fact to remember: Le Chatelier's principle says that the equilibrium will move in the direction to \(resist\) the change in conditions. Hint: A change in pressure is a change related to the total number of moles of gases. Examine the equilibrium equation to discover the direction that resist the increase in pressure.

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    false then?

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    @mathmate

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    Exactly! :)

  6. dancing_stars23
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    @mathmate thanks!

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    You're welcome! :)

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