Consider reversible exothermic reaction B <-----> D+ C + F. What could be done to increase equilibrium concentration of species F ?


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According to the le chatelier's princple any changes in the concentration or pressure to a system at equilibrium will cause the system to readjust to the new equilibrium , the addition of a reactant will shift the reaction towards the right, thus increasing the equilibrium concentration of products while removing a product will also shift the equilibiurm towards the right to form the more product .

So, if we will have to increase the concentration of the species F then we will increase the concentration of reactant B to shift the reaction towards the right and hence more F will form.


we will increase the concentration of A so that reaction will proceed to right side and more F will form .