Module 5 equilibrium and acid reactions notes


2 have on the reaction rate of the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide? c. What effect does MnO 2 have on the equilibrium constant? 5. a. Does adding a catalyst to a given reaction shift the equilibrium so that more product is produced? b. What is the main purpose of a catalyst? reactions and how these reactions can be represented. We will also analyze various safety and environmental issues related to chemical reactions and how chemical reactions can be used to address environmental challenges. Ensure that you take the time to learn the material, do the practice work, ask for help sooner Chemical equilibrium is the state that indicates that the concentrations of reactants and products no longer change in a reaction. When a chemical equilibrium is a result of two active and opposing reactions, the equilibrium that is reached by the system is called a dynamic equilibrium. Dynamic equilibrium refers to the state when the changes ... Worksheet 16 - Equilibrium Chemical equilibrium is the state where the concentrations of all reactants and products remain constant with time. Consider the following reaction: H 2O + CO Æ H 2 + CO 2 Suppose you were to start the reaction with some amount of each reactant (and no H 2 or CO 2). As the reaction proceeds, the concentrations of CO ...