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Gen Chem 1200


This is information for chapter 13.
By the end of the lesson, students should:
  • ‚ÄčDescribe the nature of equilibrium, systems.
  • Calculate values of reaction quotients and equilibrium constants, using concentrations and pressures
  • Derive reaction quotients from chemical equations representing homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions
  • Relate the magnitude of an equilibrium constant to properties of the chemical system
  • Describe the ways in which an equilibrium system can be stressed
  • Predict the response of a stressed equilibrium using Le Châtelier’s principle
  • Write equations representing changes in concentration and pressure for chemical species in equilibrium systems
  • Use algebra to perform equilibrium calculation


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