Coal, which is primarily carbon, can be converted to

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Problem 75P

Coal, which is primarily carbon, can be converted to natural gas, primarily CH4, by this exothermic reaction.

If this reaction mixture is at equilibrium, predict the effect (shift right, shift left, or no effect) of these changes.

(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

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