Unit 10: Equilibrium
Key Learning Targets
Define chemical equilibrium and dynamic equilibrium.
Describe the quantitative relationship between the concentrations of reactants and products in a system which exists in a state of equilibrium.
Define the equilibrium constant, Keq, and relate its magnitude to relative amounts of product and reactant.
Write equilibrium expressions for both homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions given the chemical equation.
Calculate the equilibrium constant when given the equilibrium concentrations.
Calculate equilibrium concentrations using the value of the equilibrium constant, Keq.
Calculate the reaction quotient, Q, at any point in a reaction.
Predict the direction of a reaction, sing the reaction quotient, Q, and the equilibrium constant, Keq.
State LeChatelier’s principle and apply it to predict the shift in a reaction when conditions of concentration, pressure or temperature are changed.
Describe the common-ion effect and what spectator ions are.
Equilibrium & Le Chatelier Notes Guide
Equilibrium WS #1
Equilibrium/Le Chatelier's Principle WS
Le Chatelier's Principle Lab
Equilibrium Notes PPT
Le Chatelier Notes PPT