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MariaJohn1D
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Le Chatelier's

Postby MariaJohn1D » Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:36 pm

What is the relationship between Le Chatelier's principle and hydrogen molecules?

Jocelyn Fermin1J
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Re: Le Chatelier's

Postby Jocelyn Fermin1J » Wed Jun 06, 2018 8:07 pm

Lavelle won't cover this, but a quick description is:
if one side of a reaction falls out of equilibrium due to a variety of changes(temp, concentration etc.), the counter side (the side that did not get affected by the change) will try to match the side that did fall out of equilibrium, which will make them all reach equilibrium again.
The way hydrogen molecules are involved is they are apart of molecule either on the product/reactant side or on both.

hope this helps (: I think we start to cover this topic in chem14b
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