chemistry

How can you shift the equilibrium of the reaction between hydrogen and chlorine toward the products?
H2(g) + Cl2(g) --> 2HCl(g)

A. Add Cl2.
B. Remove H2.
C. Increase the pressure.
D. Add HCl.

would the answer to this one be to add Cl2? so answer A?

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  1. correct. the reaction will try to undo the added Cl2 by using more reactants to make more product

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