units

Stephanie tran 1J
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units

on the final, will we only need to know units in mol, L, and s or will Kpa show up because it was in the textbook

Salma Quintanilla 1J
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Re: units

I'm pretty sure that we will only have to use SI units, therefore, only mol, L, and s. But then again, I am not 100% sure.

Morgan Baxter 1E
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Re: units

It might be useful to know, but on the equation sheet he does give us the conversation between kPa and atm (1 atm = 101.325 kPa), so this is not something you would have to memorize.

Julia Campbell 2F
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Re: units

SI units and any conversions on the constants and equations sheet are fair game.

Justin Lai 1C
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Re: units

Also for kinetics specifically make sure you know that the units for a rate constant can vary depending on the order of the equation. The rate should be in mol/L*s so you can determine the rate constant from there depending on the order. Or we might have to get the order of a reaction when we are given the units for the rate constant.