I2(g) + H2(g) 2HI(g)

Hº < 0

Adding some I2

the amount of H2 will decrease

there will be no effect on the amount of H2

the amount of H2 will increase

Removing some H2

the amount of I2 will increase

the amount of I2 will decrease

there will be no effect on the amount of I2

Removing some HI

the amount of H2 will increase

the amount of H2 will decrease

there will be no effect on the amount of H2

Decreasing temperature

the amount of I2 will increase

the amount of I2 will decrease

there will be no effect on the amount of I2

Hº < 0

Adding some I2

the amount of H2 will decrease

there will be no effect on the amount of H2

the amount of H2 will increase

Removing some H2

the amount of I2 will increase

the amount of I2 will decrease

there will be no effect on the amount of I2

Removing some HI

the amount of H2 will increase

the amount of H2 will decrease

there will be no effect on the amount of H2

Decreasing temperature

the amount of I2 will increase

the amount of I2 will decrease

there will be no effect on the amount of I2

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