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The reaction between bromine gas and fluorine gas to create bromine monofluoride gas has reached equilibrium. What is the effect of adding more bromine gas to the reaction chamber?

More fluorine gas will be produced.

More bromine gas will be produced.

More bromine monofluoride gas will be produced.

Less bromine monofluoride gas will be produced.

I think it is more bromine monofluoride will be produced. Please help me. Thank you.

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