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More on Le Chatelier’s Principle 17.6
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Le Chatlier’s Le Chatlier’s Principle - When equilibrium is disturbed the reaction will proceed to minimize the disturbance Be able to predict the direction of shift when: Adding and removing products or reactants
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Temperature Think of energy as a reactant or product Endothermic: A + B + ΔE C Exothermic: A + B C + ΔE Where ΔE is energy Increasing temperature is like increasing energy How can you tell if a reaction is endothermic or exothermic?
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LeChatlier’s For endothermic: A + B + ΔE C Raise temperature is like adding a reactant, it will shift the reaction to the right Lowering temperature is like removing a reactant, reaction will go to the left
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LeChatlier’s For exothermic : A + B C + ΔE Raise temperature is like adding a product , it will shift the reaction to the left Lowering temperature is like removing a product , reaction will go to the right
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