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Experiment 17: Chemical Equilibrium Taylor MacDonald Partner: Laura Ritchey 4/22/08 Tuesday Group #19 TA: Khoduna
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Introduction The experiment 17 was done to work together with my lab partner in order to investigate the effects that addition of a substance, removal of a substance and temperature changes have on position of equilibrium. We worked with reversible reactions that occurred in aqueous solutions in order to do this. We were able to see how chemical equilibrium is a dynamic one and is established when the rate at which products are being reconverted to reactants equals the rate at which products are forming, so there is no net change. This experiment connected to lecture since we have been learning about equilibrium and how to find equilibrium constants. It gave a good physical connection to what we have learned. In order to complete this experiment we had to know how to properly measured out liquids using beakers and pipets, how to properly mix substances using proper transfer techniques and how to properly boil water. Procedure
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