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EXPERIMENT NO.19 Equilibrium and Le Chatelier’s Principle
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PURPOSE: To determine an equilibrium constant and to observe the effects of changes inconcentraion and temperature on system at equilibrium. PROCEDURE: For the procedure of this lab refer to pgs.89-92 in General Chemistry: Laboratory Experiments Vol.2 by Judith Casey and Robert Tatz.
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Unformatted text preview: RESULTS & CALCULATIONS: (Attached) CONCLUSION: The lab was a success. I was able to calculate the equilibrium constant, K, to be approximately equal to 21.88 for the hydrolysis of SbCl 3 . I was to make many observations on the effects of changes in the reactions and how the effect the equilibrium of the system....
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