## Van't Hoff Eq

Parker Smith
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### Van't Hoff Eq

For the Van't Hoff equation, should we study the relationship between how the Van 't Hoff was derived, or is it okay to simply understand the equation's relationships and assumptions with delta H and delta S?

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### Re: Van't Hoff Eq

i believe it’s okay just to understand the equation's relationships and applications with delta H and delta S !! Usually aren’t tested on derivatives in this class

Tyler Angtuaco 1G
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### Re: Van't Hoff Eq

We only need to know the application of it: observing how the equilibrium constant for a reaction is affected by temperature.

Amanda Mei 1B
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### Re: Van't Hoff Eq

I believe we don't need to know how to derive any equations in this class, just what they mean and how to use them.

Kaylee Clarke 1G
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### Re: Van't Hoff Eq

I don't believe it is necessary to understand how to derive for the equation.

J_CHEN 4I
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### Re: Van't Hoff Eq

For this class, I don't think we really need to derive most equations since we haven't done so so far. However, for the van't Hoff equation we need understand it usage.

Jaklin Astvatsatryan
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### Re: Van't Hoff Eq

you don't need to know the derivation but i think it's helpful knowing it because you have a better understanding of the equations application.

Jesalynne 2F
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### Re: Van't Hoff Eq

It would probably be helpful to know how to derive it, but you would probably be okay just knowing the equations relationships.

WGaines_2E
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### Re: Van't Hoff Eq

as long as you know what the vant hoff equation is used for and how its used you should be fine. He says in the outline that we dont need to know how to derive it.

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