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Posted by bme1 on Friday, April 23, 2010 at 2:35am.

What will happen in this reaction: NH3 + H2 = NH4 when x amount of NH4 is added, equilibrium is reached, then 2x is removed.

to the product side because the amount taken out is greater than amount that is added?

if amount added is x and amount removed is also x, then would the reaction be unaffected

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