Unit 7: Equilibrium, Introduction

Learning Objectives for Unit 7 is located here.

Chemical equilibrium is one of the central topics to chemistry and this course. Equilibrium is the point in a chemical reaction at which there is no further change in amount of reactants and products. In a closed system, the reaction appears to stop but actually is happening in both the forward and reverse direction at simultaneous rates. To be discussed: TBD.

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Unit 7 Notes

Example Problems, U7

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TI Calculator: Quadratic Formula Program

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Using ICE Tables to Find K

Using Q and ICE Tables

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Unit Practice Problems

Problem #1 (hydrate) (1) πŸ“ πŸ”‘

Problem #2 (hydrate mixture) (2) πŸ“ πŸ”‘

Problem #3 (emp formula lab) (3) πŸ“ πŸ”‘

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