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Enthalpy

delta H, affected heat, release, gained

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Entropy

delta s, measure of disorder or chaos

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Equal

heat gain is _______ heat lost

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Break

energy needed to _______ bonds

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released

Energy __________ to form bonds

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0.00

delta H must equal ______ for any element

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-delta H

exothermic, heat is released favorable

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delta H

endothermic, heat is absorbed unfavorable

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Delta S universe

delta S system + delta S surroundings

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delta S surroundings

-delta H/T

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delta S

unfavorable, nonspontaneous

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delta S

favorable spontaneous

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negative

products always _______ when forming bonds

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Fusion

melting, exothermic

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Vaporization

boiling, endothermic

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Sublimation

solid to gas, endothermic

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Deposition

gas to solid (exothermic)

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Gibbs free energy

ΔG = ΔH - TΔS

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k>1

______ when delta G < 0 because products are favored

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thermodynamically favorable

spontaneous reaction delta H < 0 and delta S > 0

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Low Temps

-delta H, -delta S

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High Temps

+delta H, +delta H

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False

[ ] are equal

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True

Rates are equal

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Keq, Kc, Kp

rxn @ equilibrium and constant temp, Products/Reactants, no units, Only gases only changed by temp

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Inverse

1/Keq

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Doubling

[Keq]^2

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Forward

Products have higher concentration, Keq > 1

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Reverse

Reactants have higher concentration, Keq < 1

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Q

reaction quotient, all cases not equilibrium

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Equilibrium

A reaction will always shift toward

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k > Q

more reactants, shift right, [R] down [P] up

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K < Q

more products, shift left [R] up [P] down

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Molarity or Pressure

Ice tables always stand for

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I

initial molarity

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C

Change

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E

equilibrium

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5% rule

x/initial [ ] * 100

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Soluble

Compounds with Group 1 metals

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Soluble

NH4+ Ammonia

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Soluble

NO3-

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Molar Solubility

the number of moles of solute in 1 L of a saturated solution (mol/L)

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Soluble

Larger Ksp

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Insoluble

Smaller Ksp

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Q < Ksp

unsaturated more salt will dissolve

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Q = Ksp

saturated, equilibrium

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Q > Ksp

supersaturated solution, precipitate will form

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Pressure Changes

Higher gas moles creates higher pressure, rxn shifts in opposite of the pressure change

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Increased Pressure

rxn shifts towards fewer moles of gas

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Decreased Pressure

ran shifts towards more moles of gas

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H

forward with increased temp, increased Keq

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H

Forward with decreased temp, increased Keq

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precipitate

Ions with smaller Ksp _____ first

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H

More favorable process

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Entropy

A measure of disorder or randomness, + H more favorable, substances always tend towards randomness

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Dissolution

the driving force behind ______ is Entropy

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Delta G

delta H - T delta S

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Rxn occurs

-delta H and positive delta S creates - delta G

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Rxn doesn't occur

+delta H and Positive delta S creates + delta G

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delta S

dissolution is always

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Endo

Heat + R --> P

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Exo

R ---> P + heat

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Collision Theory

For a reaction to occur, the particles must collide, they must collide with the appropriate orientation, and they must collide with sufficient energy.

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Increased Concentration

Faster reaction rate, increases molecules and increases collisions

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Increased Temperature

Faster reaction rate, greater pressure so more collisions

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Increased Pressure

Faster reaction rate from more collisions and a greater surface area

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Increased Surface Area

Faster reaction rate from more collisions

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Catalysts

Faster reaction rate by creating new pathways or elementary steps and doesn't change

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Rate= ∆[ ]/∆t

Rate Equation

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Relative Rate

Balanced Equation provides...

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K

Constant

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reactants

The rate law is written as a function of [ ] of all

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0 order

rate is always constant, [A]t = -kt + [A]0 Concentration over time is the linear graph

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1st order

rate is doubled when [A] is doubled, power of 1, ln[A]t = -kt + ln[A]0, ln concentration over time is linear

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2nd order

rate is quadrupled when [A] is doubled, power of 2, 1/[A]t = -kt + 1/[A]0

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M-¹(overall -1) * time-¹

Units

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Half Life

t 1/2 the time required for the concentration of a reactant to decrease to one half of the original concentration

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1st order

A constant half life can be justification for determining

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Swamping

one reactant doesn't change and is high in excess.

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0.693/k

1st order half life equation

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Reaction Mechanisms

Must match balanced equation of reaction and match experimentally rate laws

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Slow

rate law determined from ______ elementary step

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[Reactants] or Catalysts

Rate law can only contain

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∆H positive

endothermic

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∆H negative

exothermic

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Slow Steps

have a higher bump or highest Activation energy

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Two bumps

Two step equation graphs into

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Empirical Formula

1.) find mass % 2.) Convert to g 3.) Convert to moles 4.) divide by smallest mole, repeat for each element of compound

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Molecular Fomula

1.) DIvide Molar mass of compound by empirical molar mass 2.) multiply equation by whole number

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Percent Composition

the mass % of each element in compound, covert % to moles from grams

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conductivity

how many mobile ions are present, if there are ions present

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Dilution Equation

M1V1=M2V2

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Ideal Gas Law

PV=nRT

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P and V

Inverse p1V1=P2V2

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P and T

Direct P1/T1 = P2/T2

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V and T

Direct V1/T1 = V2/T2

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Synthesis

A+B-->AB

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Decomposition

AB->A+B

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Single Replacement

A + BC --> B + AC

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Double Replacement

AB + CD = AD + CB

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