Emma Rae

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2Mg + O2--->2MgO
If more oxygen is added, the amount of magnesium
a.will increase.
b.will decrease
c.will not change.
and why? Thanks for your help

  • Emma Rae -

    Adding more O2 will increase the MgO for a system at equilibrium.

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