the reaction makes more products..
According to Le Chatelier's Principle, the position of equilibrium moves to counteract the change, the position of equilibrium will move so that the concentration of reactants decrease and concentration of products of chemical reaction increase.
Provided all other conditons remain constant (e.g. volume and temperature), the addition of more reactant means the increase of the concentration of the reactant, and so, at constant temperature, more product must be produced to compensate such addition of more reactant.
An equlibrium reaction may be represented by the general expression:aA + bB ⇄ cC + dD
And the equilibrium constant is given by:
Thus, since at constant temperature Kea is constant, the increase of a reactant concentration (A or B are in the denominator) means that the concentration of the products (C and D in the numerator) must increase.
Since, the molecular point of view what happens is that the increase of the concentration of reactions increase the rate of the direct (forward) reaction yielding to the production of more products.
answer is: nuclear fusion produces elements that are heavier than helium.
nuclei combine to form a heavier nucleus, releasing energy.
for example, fusion of hydrogen atoms at the sun.
this fusion nuclear reaction is in the inner core of the sun and hydrogen (atomic number 1) is conveted into helium (atomic number 2).
the inner core is the central region of the sun and all solar energy is produced in the core by nuclear fusion.
the objects have the same charge.