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Reversible equilibrium:

what would the effect be by adding hydrogen gas to:
3Fe(s)+4H20(i)<==>Fe3O4(s)+4H2(g)

and...

effect of adding chlorine gas to:
P4(s)+6Cl2(g)<===>4PCl3(i)

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    ah equilibrium, how annoying thou art...

    since adding to either side of an equilibrium equation causes a dramatic increase to the opposite side, adding more H2 [a product] would increase the other side of the reaction, leaving you with more reactant.

    the same principle applies to adding chlorine [a reactant] and would give you more product

  • Chemistry -

    Dude Cody, your right it is annoying!

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    have you had to solve the problems where you add something that reacts with both reactant and product but at a different rate? i printed off a second copy just to watch it burn when i was done.

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