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n2 g 3h2 g 2nh3 g + 22,000 cal Explain how the equilibrium is shifted when more nitrogen is added?

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  1. Sam. You must learn to write equation correctly. n2 g I must guess what that means. No arrow. I must guess what are reactants and what are products. However, I can tell you that if more nitrogen is added, the reaction will shift is such a way as to use up the nitrogen. Which way is that?

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  2. to the right which is 2NH3 g

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