Chem 40 – Theme 5 | Practical uses of Le Chatelier’s principle and equilibrium
How were elements created?
What you need to learn
- Explain equilibrium in terms of physical and chemical systems (C12-4-01)
- Write Equilibrium Law Expressions and calculate Keq, and various concentrations to explain how far a reaction as gone. (C12-04-02, C12-04-03, C12-04-04)
- Re-visit Le Chatelier’s principle and explore its uses in real life (C12-04-05, C12-04-06, C12-04-09)
How you are assessed
- Group design of food pH indicator and presentation
- Quizzes on writing ionic, net ionic, and solubility.
Watch these to help and guide you along. You are expected to watch all of these videos and complete the workbook required.
- Unit Notes 2015: unit-2-equilibrium-notes
- Unit notes 2015 student version: unit-2-equilibrium-notes-students-ver
- Unit 4 Equilibrium Notes 1: Defining equilibrium: Basic ICE table calculations; Keq 1equilibrium
- Unit 4 Equilibrium Notes 2: Equilibrium Quotient Kq 2quotient
- Unit 4 Equilibrium Notes 3: Le Chatelier’s Notes 4lechat
- Unit 4 Equilibrium Unit Notes reading: Adapted from CK12 Unit notes breakdown
- Unit 4 Equilibrium Notes 4: Interpreting equilibrium graphs: Interpreting equilibrium graphs
- Unit 4 Equilibrium Notes 4b: More interpreting graphs notes handout: Interpreting Graphs
- Unit 4 Equilibrium Ksp and Common ion notes: units-2-ksp-notes
- Unit workbook: Unit Workbook