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Interactive video lesson plan for: Reaction Quotient Q and Equilibrium Constant K

Activity overview:

This chemistry video tutorial focuses on the reaction quotient Q and the equilibrium constant K. It shows you how to determine in which direction the reaction will shift. It contains a few examples and one practice problem.

Here is a list of topics:
1. Reaction Quotient Q - Initial Concentration / Partial Pressure Values
2. Equilibirum Constant K - Equilibrium Values
3. How To Determine If the Reaction Will Shift to the left or to the right
4. If Q is less than K, it shifts to the right
5. If Q is greater than K, it shifts to the left
6. If Q equals K, the system is at equilbrium
7. Reactant Favored vs Product Favored Situations
8. How To Write The Equilibrium Expression
7. Ice Table Product - No Quadratic Equation
8. How To Calculate the Equilbrium Partial pressures Using an ICE Table and the Reaction Quotient Q

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