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Which value of Ke

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    Which value of Keq indicates in pressure on the equilibrium

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    A reversible reaction with gaseous reactants and products, such as 2 NO2 <--> N2O4. Although adding or removing
    products or reactants will "shift the equilibrium", it will not change
    the equilibrium constant, Keq. More often than not, if a book says
    that something "shifts the equilibrium" it means that it disturbs the state of dynamic equilibrium but does not actually change Keq. Keq
    remains constant.

    Here is my question: what DOES change Keq? I know that temperature
    changes Keq. Can pressure change the value of Keq? I am guessing that
    pressure does NOT change the value of Keq.

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