Chemical Equilibrium



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Equilibrium-I,II & III


Description: Introduction to Equilibrium covers static and dynamic equilibrium, including Le Chatelier's Principle. Liquid-vapor or gas equilibrium explores phase transitions and factors influencing vapor pressure in closed and open systems.


Equilibrium Law


Description: Solid dissolution, gas-liquid equilibrium, dynamic chemical equilibria, law defining equilibrium conditions, and constant characterizing equilibrium states are fundamental concepts in chemistry.


Equilibria


Description: "Types of Equilibria" encompasses static, dynamic, and chemical equilibrium, crucial concepts in understanding balance and stability in various systems.


Equilibrium-Calculating


Description: "Equilibrium Constant and Multiples, Predicting Reaction Extent (I & II), Calculating Equilibrium Concentrations" involves quantifying reactions and predicting their outcomes.


K & Q & G


Description: "Relationship Between Equilibrium Constant, Reaction Quotient, and Free Energy involves thermodynamic principles governing reversible reactions and their equilibrium states."


Gaseous Equilibrium


Description: "Pressure effects on gaseous equilibrium, inert gas addition, NO2 dimerization, Le Chatelier's Principle applications, and introduction to acidic and basic nature."


Acids in Industry


Description: "Acid properties include corrosiveness and sour taste. Mineral acids find application in industries such as chemical manufacturing, metallurgy, and wastewater treatment."


Sodium & Arrhenius


Description: "Sodium bicarbonate and carbonate are alkaline compounds. Arrhenius proposed acids release hydrogen ions, bases release hydroxide ions when dissolved in water."


Lewis & pH Scale


Description: "Lewis theory defines acids as electron pair acceptors, bases as donors. The ionization constant of water (Kw) relates to pH scale, measuring acidity or alkalinity."


Ionization


Description: "Ionization constant of weak bases quantifies their strength. Polybasic acids donate multiple protons. Problems based on ionization explore equilibrium calculations in acidic solutions."


Problems


Description: Problems Based on Ionization-II Solution


Solubility


Description: "Solubility equilibria explores sparingly soluble salts. Classification categorizes salts by solubility. Solutions types vary by solute amount. Solubility product quantifies salt solubility."


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