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2 L(g) + An(aq) + 3 Gw(s) + 2 I(g) <=> 2 Gd(aq) + 3 A(g) + Y(s)

What direction would the reaction shift if the volume of the container was increased? left or right?

What direction would the direction shift if some additional water was added? left or right?

and the reaction above is just made up

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