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Thermodynamics: the energy of a system; how stable or unstable a system is; the difference in energy between reactants and products, which is an indicator of how far forward this reaction can go. Kinetics: (SPEED) How fast something reacts; reaction rates. The amount of energy required for the reaction to the place. • Spontaneous: A reaction that wants to occur

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Chemical bonding Quantum chemistry Chemical properties Theoretical chemistry Coordination chemistry Chemical bond Chemical reaction Covalent bond Octet rule Electron Chemistry Coordination complex Lone pair Resonance Hydrogen bond Molecule
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Chemical bonding Quantum chemistry Chemical properties Theoretical chemistry Coordination chemistry Chemical bond Chemical reaction Covalent bond Octet rule Electron Chemistry Coordination complex Lone pair Resonance Hydrogen bond Molecule
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Kinetics: (SPEED) How fast something reacts; reaction rates. The amount of energy required for the reaction to the place. • Spontaneous: A reaction that wants to occur Reaction rate: The rate of change in the concentrations of reactants and products (consumption of reactants and formation of products). • Always reported as a POSITIVE value. • Can be measured by change in concentration over time. • Best to use an infinitely small ∆T because rate is always changing at different points in time. So, for a reaction where aA + bB → cC + dD d[A] d[B] d[C] d[D] Reaction Rate (v) = ⎯⎯ = ⎯⎯ = - ⎯⎯ = - ⎯⎯ adt bdt cdt ddt • Unites for v is mol L-1 sec-1. • Concentration can be replace by pressure fo...
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