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I believe that if you increase the concentration of reactants, then it will drive the reaction to the right and create more product.
Yes, this will ensure that the equilibrium constant will remain the same given that the reaction and temperature of the reaction do not change.
Yes if there is a higher concentration of reactants, then products will be favored according to Le Chatlier's Principle.
Yes, if there is a high concentration of intitial reactants, the reaction will favor the production of the products in the reaction. It is also important to note that the value of the equilibrium constant (Kc or Kp) will not change, as the ratio of reactants to products will stay the same, despite the concentrations being higher numbers.
Yes, because the equilibrium constant will never change so you must maintain the product to reactant ratio. So if the reactant were to increase then the products would increase to maintain the proper ratio.
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