# chemistry- can you check my answers?

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For the following reaction delta H=2816 kj.

6 CO2(g) + 6 H2O(l) -> C6H12O6(s) + 6O2(g)

how is the equilibrium yeild of C6H12O6(s)affected by each of the following?

a) increasing pressure of CO2

increase
decrease
no effect

b)increasing temp

increase
decrease
no effect

c) removing CO2

increase
decrease
no effect

d) decreasing the total pressure

increase
decrease
no effect

e) removing part of the C6H12O6

increase
decrease
no effect

increase
decrease
no effect

thanks so much!!!

• chemistry- can you check my answers? -

a) nope, there are equal volumes of gases on each side.d) is the same reason.
all others are correct.

• chemistry- can you check my answers? -

So for a and d are you saying there is no effect?

• chemistry- can you check my answers? -

Yes, a and d are no effect.

• chemistry- can you check my answers? -

Actually, a is not no effect

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