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AP Chemistry Zumdahl 7E Chapter 13 Notes

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1 Chapter 13 - Chemical Equilibrium Intro A. Chemical Equilibrium 1. The state where the concentrations of all reactants and products remain constant with time 2. All reactions carried out in a closed vessel will reach equilibrium a. If little product is formed, equilibrium lies far to the left b. If little reactant remains, equilibrium lies far to the right 13.1 The Equilibrium Condition A. Static Equilibrium does not occur in chemical systems 1. No reaction is taking place 2. All product molecules will remain product 3. All unused reactant molecules will remain unreacted B. Dynamic Equilibrium 1. Reactions continue to take place 2. Reactant molecules continue to be converted to product 3. Product continues to be converted to reactant (reverse reaction)

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SOTM LAB: C7 I: TEACHER NOTES & GUIDELINES TITLE OF LAB: Chemical Kinetics: Concentration vs. Reaction Rate DEVELOPERS OF LAB: Michael Boms (JD814), Phillip Cameron (JD522), Gail Gold (JD889), Mark Tretter (JD580); Kathy Poncelet (JD521), Mikki Bieber (JD705), Pamela Iacovella (JD723), SOTM staff OVERVIEW OF LAB DESCRIPTION A spectrophotometer will be used to study different aspects of the kinetics of a reaction. The effect of concentration of one of the reactants will be investigated initially to explore the reaction and to introduce students to the use of the Spectronic-20 spectrophotometer. After completing the initial experiment, students will propose and design an experiment to investigate another factor which they think may affect the rate of this reaction.

Chemical Equilibria checklist

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South Pasadena ( AP Chemistry [Keep for Reference] 16 ( Chemical Equilibria BLUFFER?S GUIDE ? 1. aA +bB + . . . rR +sS + . . . Kc = and for gases: Kp = 2. K > 1 products favored K
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