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if the pressure was increased in this reaction :
2NO(g)+ O2 =====> 2NO2
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wouldnt the product side be favored?
Please tell me if I'm right or wrong


There are three volumes on the left, two on the right. If pressure is increased, the reaction to the right is favored.

so its the foward reaction that's favored right

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