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Asked Nov 6, 2019

How would you increase in the concentration of the reactant affect miles of reactant?

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Let us consider a reaction which is in equilibrium and is represented by the equation (1).

When any reaction is in equilibrium condition, and any change occurs in the concentration of reaction, at that time, reaction tries to shift itself in that direction which resist...

N2+3H 2NH
..1)
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N2+3H 2NH ..1)

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