According to Le Chatelier's principle, which direction will the equlibrium shift if the concentration of ..

the H2C2O4 is increased according to this reaction at equlibrium: 2 Ce(IO3)4(aq)+24 H2C2O4(aq)-> Ce2(C2O4) 3(aq)+$I2(aq)+ 42 CO2(g) +24 H2O(I)

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surely it will increase so as to consume the excess amount of h2c2o4 so as to get its equilibrium again
since ur increasing the reactant the equilibrium would shift to the product side(right)
if u were decreasing the reactant the equilibrium would shift to the reactant side.

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