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heat + 2 NO2_2(g) \leftrightharpoons N2_2O4_4(g)

Which of the following changes will not be effective in increasing the amount of N2_2O4_4? (more than one answer may be chosen)

a decrease in volume, an increase in heat, an addition of N2_2, or removal of N2_2O4_4

Posted by Dalton Wylde 8 months ago

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