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underdog13
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Alright so then can someone help explain to me how temperature effects a equilibrium equation?

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example: 2NO(g) + O2(g) <> 2NO2 +heat

So if heat was to be removed or more added where would the shift be to?
 
rams78110
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First: Fuck chemistry, I just had my final and a whole section was equilibria chem, it sucks.

Second: Yeah I can help.

Using le chatleirs principle, any change in pressure, temp, etc will change the equilibrium. With regard to heat specifically, the equilibrium will always shift to counteract heat added. In your example, it'd favor NO and O2
 
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Originally posted by rams78110
First: Fuck chemistry, I just had my final and a whole section was equilibria chem, it sucks.

Second: Yeah I can help.

Using le chatleirs principle, any change in pressure, temp, etc will change the equilibrium. With regard to heat specifically, the equilibrium will always shift to counteract heat added. In your example, it'd favor NO and O2


That shit is child's play tbh.

If you add to one side, the other side increases. If you decrease one side, the other side decreases.
 
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Originally posted by rams78110
First: Fuck chemistry, I just had my final and a whole section was equilibria chem, it sucks.

Second: Yeah I can help.

Using le chatleirs principle, any change in pressure, temp, etc will change the equilibrium. With regard to heat specifically, the equilibrium will always shift to counteract heat added. In your example, it'd favor NO and O2


Thanks for the help. And yeah chemistry sucks.
 
rams78110
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Originally posted by Greenday4537
That shit is child's play tbh.

If you add to one side, the other side increases. If you decrease one side, the other side decreases.


That's not all that equilibrium chemistry is.

That's not even 10% of it.
 
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Originally posted by rams78110
That's not all that equilibrium chemistry is.

That's not even 10% of it.


it's all LeChatlier's principle is, which is what he was referencing.
as for the rest of equilibrium: ICE tables make that shit easy, yo.
 
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Originally posted by seths99
it's all LeChatlier's principle is, which is what he was referencing.
as for the rest of equilibrium: ICE tables make that shit easy, yo.


This
 
Catullus16
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Originally posted by OH-IO ~Cult~
There's a goddamn Z AXIS?!?!?!


there's infinitely more than that. multivariable calculus can be done in any number of dimensions.
 
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And that's what you call a boredom bump.
 
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hooty hoo
 
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Originally posted by Corndog
And that's what you call a boredom bump.


This girl at work is growing one of those and she's not even married!


Don't forget to tip your waitress.
 
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