Test 4 #6

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Zane Mills 1E
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Test 4 #6

Postby Zane Mills 1E » Sat Dec 09, 2017 5:14 pm

For this problem on the last test, how do you set up your ICE table since there are four values? Could you walk me through this question please and thanks!

Michaela Capps 1l
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Re: Test 4 #6

Postby Michaela Capps 1l » Sun Dec 10, 2017 12:38 am

For my test 4 #6, There were only 3 values? A + B <---> 2C. If you are asking about the 2 on the 2C, it would come into play for the change line of the ICE table (and be 2x instead of x).

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Re: Test 4 #6

Postby Kaileigh Yang 2I » Sun Dec 10, 2017 1:43 am

With four values, you would have to calculate the value of Q for the initial molar concentrations and compare it to K to determine which direction the reaction is going in. Then, from there you can solve the rest of the ICE table normally.


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