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1. Apr 2021
2. chem.libretexts.org chem.libretexts.org
1. ectric WorkmaxWe=(Charge)×(Potential Difference)=qECell

I was really confused on this.

2. e height of a waterfall

So it’s just based on how big or small?

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1. alanced chemical equation must not only conserve mass and energy

Do they have to be a specific charge? Is that what it’s saying?

2. electrons

Can you do examples in class?

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1. Zn

So what is the difference between the two? Or are they just flipped and order does not matter?

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5. Mar 2021
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1. the following video this problem is solved, and it was noted that the COCl2 must be a reactant

So we basically just combine the chemicals?

2. polynomial equations

Will this involve algebra?

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1. stoichiometric

Will we be using stoichiometry?

2. RICE diagram

Will this work for every reaction?

3. Since this reaction can go in the forward or reverse direction,

Can all reactions do this or only a specific few?

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8. Feb 2021
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1. We know that the energy change of a reaction can be endothermic or exothermic.

Is kinetic energy exothermic since it’s moving?

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1. The above equation is a power function relating the rate of reaction to the concentration, with the nature of that relationship being defined by the order of reaction.

Will these equations be given?

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1. we want to relate the rate of reaction of two or more species we need to take into account the stoichiometric coefficients, consider the following reaction for the decomposition of ammonia into nitrogen and hydrogen.

Is this similar to ratios?

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1. Note, the log of a number between 1 and 10 is a fraction, and an easy way to understand logarithms is to relate them to scientific notation.

Will we get some logs on a test?