Chem 30 Notes

Oct 3- Graphing Equilibrium (and shifts) & The Haber Process

Today we created a flow chart to use to solve equilibrium problems. We also learned how to graph concentration vs time for a reaction reaching equilibrium. We also looked at how shifts in equilibrium, appear on a graph. The graphing example is in your booklet, but the extra notes on the appearance of shifts can be found here: LeChatgraphnotes-qi29sr
We also were given a hand in ‘for marks’ assignment on the Haber Process. You can find that here: What is The Haber Process

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