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C30 Chemical Kinetics and Chemical Equilibrium: Last Updated: Tuesday November 20, 2001
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Chemical Kinetics and Chemical Equilibrium Worksheets Drill and Practice

Chemical Concepts

Chemical Kinetics And Rate Laws
What is Chemical Kinetics?
Reaction Rate
Practice Problem
Basics
Why Use Rate Laws?
1st, 2nd, 3rd Order

Equilibrium Basics
Introduction
Defintion of Equilibrium
Conditions of Equilibrium
Equilibrium Constant(Conc.)
Concentration And Equilibrium
Equilibrium Constant
Equilibrium Constant(Pressure)
Equilibrium And Pressure
Relationship between K and Kp
Using the Equilibrium Constant
LeChatlier's Principle And It's Applications
LeChatelier's Principle
Changing The Concentration
Adding An Inert Gas
Changing The Volume Of A Container
Change In Temp

Textbook:

Addisen Wesley Chapter 27

Web Links:

http://vax1.bemidji.msus.edu/
'chemistry/thermochemistrt.html

www.chemtutor.com/Thermo.htm

www.chemtutor.com/kinetics.htm

www.chem.ox.ac.uk/it/

 

Principles of Reactivity: Chemical Kinetics

Principles of Reactivity: Chemical Equilibria

  • All Units D & P

Lab Links:

  1. Cotton Lab
  2. Iodine Clock Lab
  3. Iodine Clock Lab version 2
  4. Rates of Rxn/Equilbrium Labs

Rates of Reaction:

  1. Reaction Rates Study -AddisonWesley
  2. Ash Catalyzes the Combustion of Sugar
  3. Briggs-Rausher Oscillating Reaction
  4. Surface Area and Rxn Rate: The Flammability of Powder & Steel Wool
  5. Hydrogen Peroxide Iodine Clock: The Oxidation of Potassium Iodide by H2O2
  6. Light Catalyzed Bromination of Hexanes and Aromatic Compounds
  7. Liver and Peroxide
  8. Lysozyme Molecular Model with Model of Saccharide - see Molecular Models...
  9. Oscillating Methanol Explosion
  10. "Rossini, William Tell, and The Iodine Clock Reaction"
  11. HCl/Mg Kinetics Lab

Chemical Equilibrium; Gaseous Reactions:

  1. Briggs-Rauscher Oscillating Clock Reaction
  2. Burning of Methane - see Types of Chemical Reactions
  3. Effect of pH on Solubility
  4. Limewater as Indicator of CO2
  5. Le Chatelier's Principle
  6. Oscillating Methanol Explosion