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Easter Chemistry


Initial rate of reaction change in concentration of a reactant/product per unit at the start of a reaction
rate determining step slowest step in a multi step reaction
Kc is greater than 1 product favoured
Kc is less than 1 reactant favoured
If the forward reaction is endothermic what happens to the Kc value Kc increases equilibrium shifts to the right
If the forward reaction is exothermic what happens to the Kc value Kc decreases equilibrium shifts to the left
Lewis Acid species that is an electron acceptor
Lewis Base species that is an electron donor
Buffer Solution mixture that minimizes pH changes when small amounts of acid or base are added.
Equivalence point point of a titration where the volume one solution has reacted exactly with the volume of a second soltuion.
End point point in the titration at which there are equal concentrations of the weak acid the conjugate base pair
Why cant lattic enthalpy be determined directly impossible to form one mole of solid compound from its gaseous ions.
Catalyst provides an alternative pathway with a lower activation energy for the reaction
High Kstab value more stable the complex more easily the complex forms
Created by: 07blandforderin