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Remember Le Chatelier's Principle which states that chemical reactions adjust so as to minimize the effect of any changes. If you remove ammonia, the chemical reaction will adjust to minimize the effect of that change. Thus, to return back to equilibrium, more ammonia will be produced until the original concentration of ammonia is met again.
Taking out ammonia will create more ammonia because the system will try to compensate for the change (removal of ammonia) by creating more ammonia. Le Chat's principle states that the system will move in the direction to reduce the change in the reaction.
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