T1 and T2


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Jorja De Jesus 2C
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T1 and T2

Postby Jorja De Jesus 2C » Sat Feb 15, 2020 11:22 pm

Why is it lnk1 at T1 and lnk2 at T2? Are both K and T changing?

Alice Ma 2K
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Re: T1 and T2

Postby Alice Ma 2K » Sun Feb 16, 2020 12:16 am

K depends on T, so if one changes, so will the other.

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Re: T1 and T2

Postby JohnWalkiewicz2J » Sun Feb 16, 2020 12:18 am

Yeah remember that temperature changes also affect changes in equilibrium (K) which is why there is a seperate T1/K1 and T2/K2.

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Re: T1 and T2

Postby preyasikumar_2L » Sun Feb 16, 2020 12:36 am

The concentrations of reactants and products at equilibrium changes when temperature changes, so the value of K will also change when temperature changes.

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Re: T1 and T2

Postby Rodrigo2J » Sun Feb 16, 2020 12:56 am

Because of the equilibrium constant, K, is dependent on temperature, we write T1/K1 and T2/K2 to show that K will be a different value at a different temperature.

Trent Yamamoto 2J
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Re: T1 and T2

Postby Trent Yamamoto 2J » Sun Feb 16, 2020 10:44 pm

Since K is influenced by temperature, this is why there are separate K values for differing T values

Martina
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Re: T1 and T2

Postby Martina » Sun Feb 16, 2020 11:20 pm

This equation lets you solve for K at different temperatures, so it can show you the change in the equilibrium constant between T1 and T2.

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Re: T1 and T2

Postby Sofia Barker 2C » Sun Feb 16, 2020 11:33 pm

K values change with temperature, so the k value for one temperature will be different compared to a k value at another temperature. While pressure, volume, and concentration changes only shift the equilibrium of a reaction, temperature changes the actual k equilibrium value.


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