please help with chem

<p>Will the concentration of NO increase, decrease, or remain the same when the equilibrium NO2Cl(g) + NO(g) → NOCl(g) + NO2(g) is disturbed by:
Removing NOCl</p>

<p>If you have a simple method of determining this answer, could you please explain. Thanks a lot!</p>

<p>anybody? Where are all my chem people?</p>

<p>Simple methods:</p>

<p>Removing a product favors more product.
Adding product favors reactants.
Removing reactants favors reactants.
Adding reactants favors products.
When dealing with gas, lowering volume, increasing pressure or increasing temperature favors the side with fewer mols.
When dealing with gas, increasing volume, lowering pressure, or decreasing pressure favors the side with more mols.</p>

<p>That said: When NOCl is removed, products are favored over reactants so concentration of NO will decrease.</p>

<p>Remember, the system always tries to compensate for what's lost.</p>