Unit 8: Equilibrium, Introduction

Learning Objectives for Unit 8 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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Practice Problems

*Practice, General

Using ICE Tables to Find K

Using Q and ICE Tables

Practice FRQ (past AP tests)

Unit Practice Problems - Top 10

These are the "Top 10" problems that cover the major ideas for this unit. This is not an exhaustive list. Some important concepts might be missed.

See Full List of Problems here.

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Labs/ Demonstrations

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Complete List of Sample Problems below.

Equilibrium Expressions

ICE Chart

Le Chatelier's Principle

Reaction Quotient

Video Resources