Le Chatelier's principle on Midterm

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Le Chatelier's principle on Midterm

Postby marlene 1K » Mon Jan 11, 2021 12:44 pm

Quick question, does anyone know if the constants and equations page will be the same for the 14b exam? If so, does that mean the principles will be something we'll need to memorize/remember??

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Re: Le Chatelier's principle on Midterm

Postby Kiran Singh 3A » Mon Jan 11, 2021 12:46 pm

I would assume that we must memorize Le Chatelier's principle. The constants and equations page will probably be similar if not the same, but Dr. Lavelle may make small changes before the midterm.

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Re: Le Chatelier's principle on Midterm

Postby Minh-Thy Vo 3D » Mon Jan 11, 2021 12:50 pm

I think we would have to understand the Le Chatelier's principle conceptually and how it affect equilibrium.

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Re: Le Chatelier's principle on Midterm

Postby Kareena Patel 1G » Mon Jan 11, 2021 12:52 pm

You should memorize Le Chatelier's principle and the changes that occur in response to different effects.

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Re: Le Chatelier's principle on Midterm

Postby Samantha Pedersen 2K » Mon Jan 11, 2021 1:27 pm

If you go to the Chem 14B website and click on the "Constants and Equations" document, you can see that the constants and equations sheet for Chem 14B is different from the one we used in Chem 14A. There isn't anything about Le Chatelier's principle on the Chem 14B constants and equations sheet, so we need to understand how a reaction will respond to different changes for the midterm.

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Re: Le Chatelier's principle on Midterm

Postby abby hyman » Mon Jan 11, 2021 1:29 pm

I think Le CHatelier's principle would be one you would need to memorize for the midterm. Similar to how we had to remember Pauli Exclusion and Hund's rule ect.

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Re: Le Chatelier's principle on Midterm

Postby Sam_Marasigan_3D » Mon Jan 11, 2021 7:06 pm

I believe our constants & equation sheet for Chem 14B is a bit different from Chem14A.

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Re: Le Chatelier's principle on Midterm

Postby Brian Bui 3H » Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:07 pm

I'm assuming you'll need to memorize/understand the responses of reactions to changes in conditions, such as change in temperature, volume/pressure, and concentration. It's not something you have on the constants/equations sheet, but rather something you have conceptual understanding of.

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Re: Le Chatelier's principle on Midterm

Postby BoparaiAdeshsurjit2F » Wed Jan 13, 2021 4:32 pm

There is an updated constants sheets on the CHEM 14B website.

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Re: Le Chatelier's principle on Midterm

Postby Sahaj Patel Lec3DisK » Wed Jan 13, 2021 5:15 pm

I would memorize it just for the sake of it and understand it conceptually.


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