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    i dont understand how to do this question, all i know is when pressure is increased, the equilibrium moves to the side where there is less number of moles, idk if its related to this question tho
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    i dont understand how to do this question, all i know is when pressure is increased, the equilibrium moves to the side where there is less number of moles, idk if its related to this question tho
    Yeah so the equilibrium would move in the direction with least the moles of gas produced, from there you can deduce what you would visibly see by determining if the reaction would favour the forward or reverse direction using the information in the equation
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    2 moles of reactants vs 1 mole of product
    an increase in pressure causes the pos of the eq to shift to the side with the least moles IE the products, so more yellow solid produced
 
 
 
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