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More product will be produced until equilibrium of concentrations is restored.
In addition to more products getting produced, the concentration of any other reactants in the reaction would decrease.
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the system will favor the forward reaction and produce more products
The same would also go if you increased the concentration of products, the system will favor the opposite direction, the backwards reaction.
What about if the reaction is not at equilibrium? How increasing the concentration affect the equilibrium?
The reactions will form products to restore equilibrium
The reaction would compensate by forming more products and therefore shift to the right.
Think of Le Chatelier's Principle. If a dynamic equilibrium is disturbed by changing the conditions, the position of equilibrium moves to counteract the change.
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