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Chemistry Unit 3 Notes

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Notes covering - reaction rates and equilibrium - acids and bases - volumetric analysis -oxidation/reduction - basic synthesis and calculations

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Chemistry Equilibrium chemistry Chemical equilibrium Chemical reaction Le Chatelier's principle Acid Equilibrium constant Brønsted–Lowry acid–base theory Reversible reaction Catalysis Conjugate acid Chemical reactor
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Chemistry Equilibrium chemistry Chemical equilibrium Chemical reaction Le Chatelier's principle Acid Equilibrium constant Brønsted–Lowry acid–base theory Reversible reaction Catalysis Conjugate acid Chemical reactor
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● A reaction rate can be influenced by other factors to increase the rate of a reaction Collision Theory ● Collision theory states that in order for a reaction to occur there must be successful collisions between reacting particles. The success of any collision depends on: ○ The reacting particles having appropriate orientation ○ The reacting particles colliding with sufficient energy ● The greater the rate of successful collisions, the faster the rate of reaction. Measuring Reaction Rate ● Several changes occur during a chemical reaction and any of them can be used to measure reaction rate. Consider the reaction when hydrochloric acid is added to granulated zinc ○ Zn (s) + 2H+ » Zn2+ + H 2(g) ● Changes that take place during the reaction include: ○ Mass of zinc decreases; ○ The concentration of H+ decreases; ○ The Zn2+ conc...
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