ex01 day16 avoid quadratic

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

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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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