Chem Revision Equilibrium

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What is a Reversible Reaction
When a reaction can take place in both directions
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What is Equilibrium?
When rate of forward reaction = rate of backward reaction
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How to shift equlibrium
ChangeTemperature, Change Concentration & Pressure
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What would it mean if it shifts to the right / left
More products than reactions // More reactants than products
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What is Le Chantelier's Principle
When reaction has reached equilibrium, change in temp & pressure will oppose the change.
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Change in concentration leads in terms of reactants?
Adding more reactants would make it go left. More products formed.
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PART 2
Adding more products would make it go right. More reactants formed
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Change in temp leads to ?
Increase temp = favours endo
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PART 2
Decrease temp = favours exothermic
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Changing pressure leads to?
Increase in pressure = favour side of fewer gas molecules
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PART 2
Decrease in pressure = favour side of more gas molecules
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What is Equilibrium?

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How to shift equlibrium

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What would it mean if it shifts to the right / left

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What is Le Chantelier's Principle

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