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Chemistry 12 Question! Suppose we have a dynamic equilibrium. -Rate of the forward and reverse reactions are equal. By increasing the concentrations of a reactant, can we change the equilibrium? Explain how? Thank you.

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  1. Ramzy197
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    by increasing the concentration of the reactant you dont change equilibrium but you do shift the equilibrium to the right because it wants to counteract the increase in concentration of the reactants not sure if i made sense but hopefully i did lol

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