Chem 30 Notes

Oct 2- Le Chatelier’s Principle



Today we looked at how the equilibrium shifts if there is a stress put on the system. The possible stresses are a change in concentration, a change in pressure (or volume, same thing), or a change in temperature. The direction the equilibrium shifts (forwards or in reverse) is dependent upon different factors (as outlined by the Le Chatelier Principle). There’s a Crash course video that summarizes the Le Chatelier Principle here.

We also learned how to calculate the reaction quotient, and how we can use that to tell us the direction an equilibrium will shift to reach equilibrium.

lesson 4 & 5

We also created a flipbook from this document: le chat interactive notebook

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