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Posted by Jason on Thursday, May 3, 2007 at 6:55pm.

What happens to the equlibrium constant if the pressure increased?
the Kc of 2NH3<=>N2+3H2 is 0.03
N2 is (0.1M)
H2 is (0.3M)
NH2 is (1M)

The equilibrium constant is just that, a constant, and is not subject to change with pressure changes. It will change with temperature changes.

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