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I know that if there is an increase/decrease in concentration, pressure, and temperature the equilibrium will adjust to minimize the effects of these changes. Does this still apply if there is an increase/decrease in the concentration of a solid or liquid? Or does the reaction not change?
The reaction does not change if a solid or liquid is increased/decreased. Since we don't include solids/liquids when determining the equilibrium constant, adjusting the amount of solids and liquids cannot affect the reaction's equilibrium state.
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