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Homework Help: Cemistry

Posted by Connie on Friday, February 19, 2010 at 5:56pm.

If you have a chemical reaction in equilibrium and add more of the product...what happens to the product's concentration, if it doesn't increase? Does it stay the same or decrease a little?

I know the reactants concentration will increase and if it is an endothermic reaction it will absorb energy. But I am confused on the product's concentration

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