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Yes compression would effect the position of a reaction, taking it away from equilibrium. When the volume reduces, the side that has less gas molecules is favored. The compression increases pressure because of the gaseous state.
Yes, using Le Chatelier's principles this can be concluded as compression would result in a shift to the side of the reaction with less moles whereas expansion would shift to the side with a larger amount of moles.
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