# 'Balanced equilibrium' presentation slideshows

## Common ion lab

The common ion effect, predicting precipitation : Read pg. 580 – 582 (common ion effect section only). Do PE 20 – 21 By the end of the period: PE 14 – 19, PE 20 – 25. Common ion lab. Cloudy / precipitate. Cl – causes shift left. PbCl 2 (s)  Pb 2 + (aq) + 2Cl – (aq). No reaction (oily) .

By kochava
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## P H Y S I C S Newton’s Laws Overview

P H Y S I C S Newton’s Laws Overview. Review of Newton’s Laws of Motion. 1 st. Objects in motion stay in motion* and objects at rest stay at rest if there is zero net force (balanced) Σ F = m · a (the forces will be unbalanced) Every force has an equal and opposite force

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## 7. Ecological Succession

7. Ecological Succession. 7.1 Succession. Starter. Match up the key word to the definition. Learning Objectives. Describe changes that occur in the variety of species occupying an area over time Define succession and climax community Success Criteria

By dunn
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## Solubility Product Constant

Solubility Product Constant. Ksp. Adapted from Mrs. Kutcher’s South Kingston High School AP Chemistry PowerPoint http://hs.skschools.net/Teachers/mkutcher/Solubility%20Product%20Constant.ppt. Ksp, the solubility-product constant.

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## A system in equilibrium is balanced like a see saw

A system in equilibrium is balanced like a see saw. Reactant Product The equilibrium in this system is to the left hand side There is a higher concentration of reactants. Reactants Products This time the position of the equilibrium is to the right.

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## Balanced!

Balanced!. It is impossible to be a growing follower of Christ and continually mishandle your finances . Laws of Physical Balance:. Laws of Physical Balance: Maintain a reference point . You need to be knowing where your money is going !. Laws of Physical Balance:

## Balanced!

Balanced!. Laws of Physical Balance:. Laws of Physical Balance: Maintain a reference point. Laws of Physical Balance: Maintain a reference point . Make constant corrections . . Laws of Physical Balance: Maintain a reference point. Make constant corrections.

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## Balanced!

Balanced!. Laws of Physical Balance:. Laws of Physical Balance: Maintain a reference point. You need to be knowing where your money is going !. Laws of Physical Balance: Maintain a reference point . Make constant corrections . . Laws of Physical Balance:

## Equilibrium

Equilibrium. Brief Outline. What is reversible reaction? Examples of reversible reaction Dynamic Equilibrium Le Chatelier’s Principle The Haber Process. What is reversible reaction?.

By declan-martin (205 views)

## Equilibrium

Equilibrium. --another concept that the mentally unbalanced struggle with. When you set up a reaction:. A + B  C + D The reactants in the flask start to make products. [A] and [B] fall The rate of the reaction begins to slow as reactants are used. Almost any reaction is reversible.

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## Equilibrium

Equilibrium. A + B  C – This is a reaction that goes to completion (no A and B remains, all of it turns into C) and only goes 1 way (left to right)

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## Equilibrium

Equilibrium. AP Chem Mr. Nelson. The Concept of Equilibrium. The term reversible reaction is used to describe reactions that can go in either the forward or the reverse direction Equilibrium is used to specify that a reversible reaction has reached an equal rate for both directions.

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## Equilibrium

Equilibrium. By: Blaise McNeese and Lauren James. What is Equilibrium?. Consider the reaction aA+bB <----> cC+ dD  Reactants A and B are forming products C and D. Now consider the reverse reaction of reactants C and D producing products A and B.

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## EQUILIBRIUM

EQUILIBRIUM. As a whole. A system of elements. Structural Systems. The building must be stable as a whole There must be enough structural elements They must be in suitable places They must be strong and stiff enough, and suitably connected together. As a whole.

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