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2 Ch(aq) + Em(aq) + Is(s) + T(g) ⇄ Ry(aq) + 3 Ro(s) + 4 X(g) ΔHrxn=35.6 kJ/mol

Name three things that you could do to make the equilibrium below run to the
left.
What direction would the reaction shift if you added water?

Please help me!!

  • Chemistry -

    I don't have any idea what Ch and Ry stand for; perhaps they are just "something."
    But three things to do to shift the equilibrium to the left.
    1. Add Ry
    2. Decrease Em
    3. Cool the rxn since delta H is +.
    4. Decrease Ch

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