Graph of a Concentration

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Isaiah Herrera 3A
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Graph of a Concentration

Postby Isaiah Herrera 3A » Tue Dec 09, 2014 10:30 am

There is an equilibrium reaction .
How would you graph the equilibrium concentration of (y axis) vs time (x axis)?

Anuk Burli 2C
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Re: Graph of a Concentration

Postby Anuk Burli 2C » Tue Dec 09, 2014 12:12 pm

Hi,

The graph would look like a plateau as in the concentration of the products (aka K+) would start at 0 and then rise and level off at the middle of the graph.


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Shreyesi Srivastava 2D
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Re: Graph of a Concentration

Postby Shreyesi Srivastava 2D » Tue Dec 09, 2014 9:49 pm

If you want a graphical representation of what Anuk is saying, here you go. These graphs are pretty general for graphing concentration against time for any reaction. Note that for products, the initial concentration starts at 0 where as for reactants, the initial concentration is higher. They both plateau over time.

Hope this helps!
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