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Chemisty faqs 2

Tyndall effect when light that shines through a collide bounces off the particles and causes the light to scatter and it is seen as a beam. Like smoke and searchlights.
Flocculating agent can turn collides into suspensions
Enthalpy (H) energy stored in a substance
Entropy (S) A measure of disorder that exists in any system
Hess's Law Enthalpy is a state of function and is therefore independent of path.
Common Ion Effect When two chemicals are mixed and they form a saturated or supersaturated compound
Le Chateliers Principle When stress (change in temp., pressure or concentration) is applied to a reversible reaction, it will shift in the direction that relieves the stress
Haber Process an industrial process used to make ammonia from hydrogen and nitrogen
Created by: wendyk44