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Solution: Coal, which is primarily carbon, can be converted to natural gas, primarily CH 4, by the exothermic reaction:C(s) + 2H2(g) ⇌ CH4(g)Which change will favor CH4 at equilibrium?a. adding more C to the re

Problem

Coal, which is primarily carbon, can be converted to natural gas, primarily CH 4, by the exothermic reaction:

C(s) + 2H2(g) ⇌ CH4(g)

Which change will favor CH4 at equilibrium?

a. adding more C to the reaction mixture

b. adding more H2 to the reaction mixture

c. raising the temperature of the reaction mixture

d. lowering the volume of the reaction mixture

e. adding a catalyst to the reaction mixture

f. adding neon gas to the reaction mixture