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# List I and List II contain four entries each. Entries of List I are to be matched with entries of List II. One or more than one entries of List I may match with the same entry of List II.

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#### Concept used: Le Chatelier's principleDecreasing the volume will cause backward shift if change in gaseous moles is positive (i.e., Δng>0).Kp=Kc(RT)ΔnSo Kp<Kc only if Δng<0.Increasing the pressure will favour backward reaction if Δng>0.Decrease of temperature favours forward reaction for exothermic reactions.

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