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11-4-08[lecture17]ll - Chem 116 Lecture 17(LL Equilibrium...

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Chem 116 Lecture 17 11/4/08 (LL) Equilibrium Calculations K is equilibrium constant Equilibrium Constant (K) - Value that Q reaches when reaction gets to equilibrium Multiplying Rxns by a Number (-1) Flips the products and reactants (2) Doubles the reaction Shift – Change final concentrations of products and reactants when equilibrium position moves as a result of a disturbance le Chatelier’s principle: If you start with a system that is at equilibrium, and then disturb it, the system’s equilibrium will shift in a way that partially undoes the disturbance -Concentrations increase when chemicals are added 1 st Category Disturbance - Add or remove one chemical in the system (equilibrium has been disturbed) 2 nd Category Disturbance - When the size of the box decreases the concentration increases, cut the volume in half then the pressure increases by a factor of 2 - So when pressure of a system increases, the system wants to decrease the pressure, to decrease pressure the reaction shifts left or right which ever side of the reaction has less
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