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In this equilibrium worksheet, students determine the effect of adding or subtracting items from a reaction. Students determine the equilibrium constant for given reactions. This worksheet has 13 problems to solve.
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AP Chemistry Topic 6: Equilibrium, Part A Examples
Here is an excellent teaching tool for your advanced chemistry scholars. This handout explains chemical equilibrium, the equilibrium quotient, and the reaction quotient. Then it provides sample calculations for your class to try....
10th - 12th Science
AP Chemistry, Topic 6: Equilibrium, Part B. Day 65 Examples
A great sheet which AP learners could use for reference after solving the equations! Providing the ideal gas equation and the equilibrium expression, the resource discusses and demonstrates three sample reactions in terms of...
9th - 11th Math
AP Chemistry Topic 6: Equilibrium, Part C Examples
This handout furnishes detailed information about heterogeneous equilibria and applications of the equilibrium constant. Two examples of calculating equilibrium pressures are included for chemistry scholars to try their hand at solving....
10th - 12th Science
Equilibrium and Le Chatelier's Principle
Time to shake up the status quo with a presentation that describes Le Chatlier's Principle and has pupils examine situations in which equilibrium is upset. Four examples show different stresses to the reaction and the resulting shift.
10th - Higher Ed Science
Spectrophotometer Determination of an Equilibrium Constant
Students determine an equilibrium constant using a spectrophotometer. In this equilibrium lesson plan, students calibrate a spectrophotometer with 5 solutions in order to prepare the spectrophotometer for the experiment. Students measure...
Higher Ed Science
If Molecules Were People...
By watching this droll and delightful animation, physical scientists consider what happens when molecules collide. In this film, however, parodic people bump into each other, exchanging limbs in the process, just as molecules might trade...
3 mins 7th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable