Chapter 6

Chemical Equilibrium

  1. To start with need for the Chemical Equilibrium chapter.
  2. To distinguish between reversible and irreversible reactions.
  3. To state chemical equilibrium and equilibrium constant.
  4. To invoke the equilibrium constant with several numerical problems associated with it.
  5. To derive equilibrium constant in terms of pressure of gaseous reactions.
  6. To express the equilibrium constant for heterogeneous reactions.
  7. To elaborate the Le Chatelier’s principle with effects of concentration, pressure and temperature on equilibrium constant.
  8. To end the chapter with an understanding of chemical equilibrium.

Reactions are broadly classified into reversible and irreversible types. Reversible reactions ...

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