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Methanol is manufactured by the below catalyzed reation using ZnO/Chromate.
CO + 2H2 --> CH3OH deltaH -91kJ
Does the amount of methanol increase, decrease, or remain the same when an equilibrium mixture of reactants and products is subjected to the following changes?
A. the temp increases--decreased
B. the volume is dercreased -increased
C. CO is added--increased
D. the catalysts ZnO/Chromate is removed--no change.
E. Methanol is added? i think it will decrease but just need to check my answer.

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    A correct
    B correct
    C correct
    D correct
    E correct

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    thank you so much

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    i have another chemistry question posted farther down can u help me out a bit on that one?

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