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Given this reaction: A(g) + B(g) = D(g) + E(s) with Delta H Degrees = -100 kJ/mol

a. What will cause a higher percentage yield for substance E?

b. What is a consequence of increasing the temperature of the reaction?

c. If substance E was removed what would happen to the direction of equilibrium?

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Step 1

For the high percentage yield for substance E, the pressure of the system has to be increased.

Step 2

According to the given reaction, it is an exothermic reaction. Thus, on increasing t...

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