Chem 1A Hints on Equilibrium Lab

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Chem 1A Hints on Equilibrium Lab Hints : For an investigation, label each reaction alphabetically or numerically; that way, you can say something like “more H+ shifts equation (b) to the left.” It might save you time and help you organize things. Take a look at the following. In the first column, you have your observations. In the third column, I wrote ALL relevant equations, and in the middle column I used equilibrium arguments to explain my observation. This is above all, an investigation of chemical equilibrium. Please continue along this line and follow this format. Try to assign K values (large, tiny, med.) to each equation if it helps you (page 43). I have given you clues that are worth your attention. (Technicality: assume that the equal sign is a double arrow equilibrium sign.) ***If your observations don’t match mine, don’t forge data. Try to explain it to the best you can using equilibrium arguments and relevant equations. *** The numbers of rel. equations are provided for you.
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This note was uploaded on 06/24/2010 for the course CHEM 1A taught by Professor Nitsche during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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