• anonymous
For the reaction N2(g) + 3H2(g) <-> 2NH3(g), what will happen if more nitrogen gas is added? there will be a shift towards the products there will be a shift towards the reactants there will not be a shift in equilibrium the value for Keq will change
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  • anonymous
When a substance is added, the system will shift to such way that the excess is removed , attempting to maintain previous equilibrium. As a result, the reaction will shift to form NH3, so that excess N2 is used up. A.

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