Reaction Rates and Equilibrium Computer and Graphing Practice

Unit 8: Unit 9: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: Student will be able to describe, model and diagram chemical reactions and explain what happens to systems in equilibrium when stressed as evidenced by computer and graphing activities.

Big Idea: In equilibrium systems, reactants and products have specific concentrations and energy. When equilibrium reactions are stressed the effects can be predicted using Le Chatelier's Principle.

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Science, Chemistry, reaction rates, Reaction Rates and Equilibrium, Equilibrum, collision theory, Le Chatelier's Principle
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