In this chemical reactions worksheet, pupils determine solubility product expressions, equilibrium constants, and equilibrium concentrations. This worksheet has 15 multiple choice questions and 3 problems to solve.
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2002 U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad National Exam - Part III
Two laboratory problems are put forth for chemistry students. They are to plan and carry out an experiment that will answer each of the questions. The first asks them to investigate a relationship between the surface area of a potato and...
9th - 12th Science
AP Chemistry. Topic 6: Equilibrium, More Practice Part III. Day 75
A straightforward practice for finding equliibrium constants for a series of reactions. The questions give space to show work and to justify the answers. By processing the data for reactants in the equations, such as their mass, pressure...
10th - 12th Math
AP Chemistry Topic 6: Equilibrium, Part D
Chemistry learners will show their grasp of LeChatlier's Principle by completing this worksheet. They will indicate equilibrium shifts and predict what happens to reactants indifferent chemical reactions. Save this worksheet to give your...
10th - 12th Science
AP Chemistry Topic 6: Equilibrium, Review, Part III
A one-page instructional activity asks learners to explain what happens in different endothermic or exothermic reactions. To complete this, they must have a full grasp on LeChatelier's Principle and the workings of equilibrium constants....
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Physics Skill and Practice Worksheets
Stop wasting energy searching for physics resources, this comprehensive collection of worksheets has you covered. Starting with introductions to the scientific method, dimensional analysis, and graphing data, these skills practice...
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CPO Science - Foundations of Physics
An object in motion will remain in motion, and your physics learners will really get moving by viewing this PowerPoint! They examine each of Newton's laws of motion, learning about force, inertia, acceleration, and equilibrium. They are...
9th - Higher Ed Science