ex01 day16 avoid quadratic

ex01 day16 avoid quadratic - products. Do limiting reactant...

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Review 5 7pm Day16 Tuesday, February 07, 2012 Exam01 Materials Page 1
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Strategies for Handling the Quadratic: When K and [A] initial differ by 1000 or more, the quadratic is not needed. When [A] initial x ~ [A] initial , the quadratic is not needed. When x is very small compared to [A] initial , the quadratic is not needed. Avoid it by dropping the " x". Recognize when the extra work isn't needed. When K is very large, the equilibrium will be mostly
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Unformatted text preview: products. Do limiting reactant to convert reactants into products. Set up ICE table to back off from products. Avoid it by working backwards. Run the calculation by avoiding the quadratic anyway, realizing that your answer will be "off". Then you can determine whether your estimation is acceptable. Estimate Exam01 Materials Page 3 Exam01 Materials Page 4...
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