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Consider a chemical reaction, e. g. a b (1) So far we have mostly assumed that chemical reactions can only occur in one direction. However, realistical
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Chemistry 1024A/B Chapter 3: Chem1024b_2013_chapter03-1.pdf

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Let"s look at a certain amount of gas, e. g. trapped inside a balloon. To completely describe the state of this gas one has to specify the following qu
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2 h2o(l) + heat 2 h2(g) + o2(g: spontaneity of reaction mhw, chapter 16. For many practical applications it is important to decide whether a chemical p
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C = n / v concentration = moles of solute / liters of solution. Most chemical reactions that you will encounter occur in solution (e. g. in your blood
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