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  1. taramgrant0543664
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    Well it's not A if we add extra NH3 the reaction will want to go in the reverse reaction to reach equilibrium again, we can also cross off D because if you remove the N2 the reaction will proceed in the reverse route so it can reach equilibrium again

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    I'm sorry Vera I got logged out and I was able to log back in but no questions were loading!

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    If you increase pressure it depends on the number of moles on the left side we see 4 moles and on the right there is two so if the pressure is increased it will push the reaction forward so it experiences less pressure

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    It would be B increase the pressure you have 4 moles on the reactant side and two on the other so the pressure effects the side with more moles so do reduce pressure it proceeds in the forward direction

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