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Monday, September-13-10 - Even group labs start next week – tutorials start today - Chapter 5 reactions in Aqueous solutions o How do reactions occur? You need to break bonds in order for reactions to occur. Any chemical reactions when you transform matter involved the breaking of chemical bonds and the formation of new bonds Increased heat is equivalent to increased kinetic energy which makes reactions occur faster [i] = concentration (chapter 5 lecture slide 2) Balanced chemical equations prove that no matter is lost or created in a chemical reaction(Law of conservation of mass) There must be the same amount of energy in the beginning of the reaction and the end of the reaction. Complete reaction means there are only products and no reactants while partial refers to that their being a mixture of both products and reactants at the end of a reaction K = equilibrium concept Rate of reaction is whether the reaction occurs fast or slow. Chapters where each topic is covered is visible on the slide in lecture not chapter
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2010 for the course PHYSICS 1D03 taught by Professor N. mckay during the Spring '08 term at McMaster University.

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13-09-10 - Monday, September-13-10 Even group labs start...

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