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# 7.04 Equilibrium Lab Report

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## Erichelle Goitia

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#### Transcript of 7.04 Equilibrium Lab Report

Data Part 1
Rounds Candies on R Candies on P
Data Part 3
Rounds Candies on R Candies on P
Conclusion
1. Dynamic equilibrium is when the forward reaction rate is equal to the reverse reaction rate.
Conclusion Cont
4. When the forward reaction is equal to the reverse reaction, the system has reached equilibrium. Once the system has reached equilibrium, no new product is formed.
Data Part 2
Rounds Candies on R Candies on P
7.04 Equilibrium Lab Report
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ratio = P/R
277/162= 1.709
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794/286= 2.77
2. I think this activity helped me understand equilibrium better because it showed how the products increased and the reactants decreased. It helped me visually understand the concept of equilibrium.
3. The ratios do not illustrate the concept of law of mass because law of mass is describing the reaction at a given temperature which in this case, it did not include temperature. It does however illustrate equilibrium because of the reversible reactants.
5. For a reaction at a givtemperature, the equation solving for K can be used to relate the equilibrium constant(K).
6. The amount of product you will make will change because the K value cannot because K is the equilibrium constant. It doesn't matter where you start because K is where you would finish.
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