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Yes, but it would still be a good idea to do practice problems to familiarize yourself with the topics. Sometimes through practice, you learn exceptions that teachers won't directly teach you.
Alissa Stanley 3G wrote:Are there any specific exceptions we should be aware of for Chemical Equilibrium (in some other chapters there are specific exceptions to know, like chromium and copper for the orbitals)?
I suppose one would be if you yield two positive values from your quadratic, you are two use the value of X that will not give you equilibrium concentrations that are larger than your initial.
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