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Using Le Chatelier's principle

Problem

The following reaction is allowed to reach equilibrium.
start text, C, a, O, end text, left parenthesis, s, right parenthesis, plus, start text, C, O, end text, start subscript, 2, end subscript, left parenthesis, g, right parenthesis, \rightleftharpoons, start text, C, a, C, O, end text, start subscript, 3, end subscript, left parenthesis, s, right parenthesis
What happens to the reaction when some start text, C, a, C, O, end text, start subscript, 3, end subscript, left parenthesis, s, right parenthesis is removed?
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