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Topics and Learning Outcomes

  • Chemical Equilibrium
    •  explain the dynamic nature of equilibrium processes
    •  write the equilibrium constant for any reaction or process
    •  use initial, change, equilibrium (ICE) tables and the small 'x' approach to work out equilibrium concentations
    •  use Le Chatelier's principle to predict the response of a system at equilibrium to changes in temperature, pressure and composition
    •  explain the difference between the equilibrium constant, K, and the reaction quotient, Q
    •  write down the reaction quotient and use it to predict the direction of change
    •  explain how catalysts effect chemical reactions without changing the equilibrium concentrations

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Chemical Equilibrium -  
  Using ICE tables  
 
Description: Tutorial on using ICE tables to solve chemical equilibrium problems
Tags: equilibrium | ICE tables  |  Contributed by Adam Bridgeman
 
  Chemical equilibrium tutorial  
 
Tags: equilibrium | Le Chatelier''s principle  |  Contributed by Adam Bridgeman
 


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