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Le Chatelier

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A complete guide on how to apply le chatlelier's principle in hsc chemistry contexts.

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Equilibrium chemistry Le Chatelier's principle Chemical equilibrium Chemical reaction Temperature Gas
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A good analogy that describes the gist of this is by considering a rubber band. Place it between your fingers, and pull it in one direction, no matter how far or how hard you pull, the rubber band will always return to its original position by stretching back. This is similar to LC’s principle. Whatever change you apply to a system (chemical equilibrium), it will try and “stretch” back and return to its original position. Despite this, it won’t be the same as the original, just like how after continuous stretching of an elastic band, it will eventually lose ...
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