If I remember correctly, these three gases maintain the same concentration when they are together in the same container, balanced. However, if one concentration is changed, is it true that the others will change [their chemical form] to rebalance it?
Balanced chem. eqn: 3 H2 + 2 N2 <=> 2 NH3
For example, say I pump in N2 and NH3 at a certain rate into a closed container, can the immediate reaction of sorts create H2 gas so it can be pumped out of the system, and further adding in more N2 and NH3 would render more H2?
I think I am sure that the opposite is how NH3 is produced in the lab.
Moreover, yes, I do have an underlying agenda, however it is of no current importance if my thoughts about this react aren’t true.