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In the following reaction which side of the reaction will be favored by a decrease in pressure.

a) reactant
b) product
c) neither

4HCL(g)+O2(g)->2H2O(g)+2Cl2(g)+114.4KJ
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    Increased P shifts the equation to the side with the fewer number of moles of gas.

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