Kc: Remember Kc = products/ reactants. Remember the larger the value, further away from position equilibrium and towards products- AS.  Know how to work out Kc if given equilibrium concentrations. Now looking at how Kc calculated from experimental results.  Kc...

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Kp: Use Kp with gases. Same as Kc but equilibrium constant in terms of partial pressure instead of concentration. Products/ reactants. Balancing numbers is the power. If asked to write Kp expression, no square brackets and remember p… Only include gases, omit other...

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Controlling Position of Equilibrium

Already know le Chatelier’s principle…  Concentration: If concentration increase, position of equilibrium shifts in direction that reduces concentration right/ left, so towards product/ reactants.  Pressure: If pressure increased, position of equilibrium shifts...

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