# Problem: The process, 2 NH 3(g) ----&gt; heat + N 2(g) + 3 H 2(g), is at equilibrium at a given temperature.  Which of the following changes will change the equilibrium constant for the process?    A)    Adding more NH 3 to the system, with the volume held constant.    B)    Increasing the pressure by reducing the volume of the system.    C)    Adding an effective catalyst for the process.    D)    Raising the temperature of the system.    E)    Adding some neon to the system.

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The process, 2 NH 3(g) ----> heat + N 2(g) + 3 H 2(g), is at equilibrium at a given temperature.  Which of the following changes will change the equilibrium constant for the process?

A)    Adding more NH to the system, with the volume held constant.

B)    Increasing the pressure by reducing the volume of the system.

C)    Adding an effective catalyst for the process.

D)    Raising the temperature of the system.

E)    Adding some neon to the system.

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