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there is no change
The reaction does not change if an inert gas is added
The addition of inert gas does not affect which side the equation favors, and the equilibrium constant does not change as well.
Increasing the pressure by introducing an inert gas has no effect on the equilibrium composition. However, compression of a reaction mixture at equilibrium tends to drive the reaction in the direction that reduces the number of gas-phase molecules.
No, there is no change to a reaction if an inert gas is added.
If there is an insertion of inert gas into a reaction to increase the pressure, this will have no effect on changing the concentrations in the reaction. This is because only volume changes concentration when moles are constant as shown in (M=n/V) and the inert gases do not react with the reactants in the reaction.
An inert gas has no effect on the reaction because partial pressures of reacting gases stay the same.
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