Lec-12-Chap15-2-Complete

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Lec-12-Chap15-2-Complete 10/2/2011 Chemical Equilibrium Concepts. Equilibrium constant. Uses 1 Lec-12: Chemical Equilibrium Chapter 15 1 Wednesday, September 28, (in the first half of the lecture) Discussion about the course with Professor Troy Wolfskill Professor Fernando Raineri Lec-12: Chemical Equilibrium Chapter 15 2 C+ D+ A+ B+ ab cd For a reaction         D AB C c K the equilibrium constant expression is Notice that the concentrations correspond to the equilibrium state , for example [A] e . For simplicity we omit the subscript “e” in the following.
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Lec-12-Chap15-2-Complete 10/2/2011 Chemical Equilibrium Concepts. Equilibrium constant. Uses 2 Equilibrium Constants: General Case K c allows us to answer questions concerning: At equilibrium , do reactants of products predominate? Given initial concentrations of reactants and products , in which way does the reaction proceed? What are the concentrations of reactant and products at equilibrium?
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