Hello! I have a feeling and I would like to know if it is true. I feel that if a reaction between two gases, takes place in high temperature only (perhaps with the presence of a catalyst), then if we increase the pressure high enough and keep the temperature low, the reaction may still take place. In other words, I think that it is quite equivalent the effect of increased temperature and increased pressure in the kinetics of a chemical reaction. Is that true? Can you give me an example of such reactions? Thanks!