Problem: Which of the following procedures will shift the equilibrium reaction to the right?A (s) + 2 B (g) ⇌ 3 C (s) + D (g)   ΔH° = - 25.2kJA. cooling the reactionB. removing some BC. adding some DD. doubling the volumeE. removing some C   

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Which of the following procedures will shift the equilibrium reaction to the right?

A (s) + 2 B (g) ⇌ 3 C (s) + D (g)   ΔH° = - 25.2kJ

A. cooling the reaction
B. removing some B
C. adding some D
D. doubling the volume
E. removing some C

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