• Chemistry
  • Year 12


approx. 10 hrs

6 topics

35 concepts

Understand Equilibrium Systems and prepare you for Acids and Bases in Year 12 Chemistry

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The Year 12 Equilibrium program is aligned to the NSW Chemistry curriculum within Module 5: Equilibrium and Acid Reactions. This topic investigates the meaning of Chemical Equilibrium and explores Le Châtelier's Principle and factors that affect Equilibrium, Equilibrium Constants and Solution Equilibria.

Topics & Concepts We Cover

This learning program is made up of the following 6 topics, broken down into 35 concepts.

  • Resource: Periodic Table 1 concept

    1. The Periodic Table

  • Resource: Solubility Rules 1 concept

    1. RESOURCE: Solubility Rules

  • Resource: Solubility Product 1 concept

    1. [RESOURCE] Solubility Product Constants

  • Equilibrium 13 concepts

    1. Dynamic Equilibrium

    2. Changing Pressure of Equilibrium Mixture

    3. Drawing Concentration Profile Diagrams

    4. Decreasing Concentration of a Reaction Component

    5. Reading Concentration Profile Diagrams

    6. Technique to Answer Questions using Le Châtelier's Principle

    7. Catalysts and Equilibrium

    8. Increasing Concentration of a Reaction Component

    9. Concentration Profile Diagrams at the Start of a Reaction

    10. Changing Concentration of Equilibrium Reaction Component

    11. Changing Temperature of Equilibrium Reaction

    12. Reversible Reactions

    13. Le Châtelier's Principle

  • Equilibrium Constant Basic 9 concepts

    1. Writing the Equilibrium Constant Expression

    2. Reaction Quotient, Q

    3. Equilibrium Constant Calculations

    4. Temperature's Effect on the Equilbrium Constant

    5. Magnitude of the Equilibrium Constant

    6. Equilibrium Constant

    7. Using Reaction Tables to Calculate Equilibrium Constants

    8. Comparing Q and K to Determine if Reaction is at Equilibrium

    9. Expressing K for Heterogeneous Reactions

  • Solubility Equilibria 10 concepts

    1. Solubility Product Constant

    2. Solubility Product Calculations

    3. Common Ion Effect

    4. How Ionic Compounds Dissolve

    5. Determining Solubility from Ksp (Single Cation and Anion)

    6. Determining Solubility from Ksp (Mulitple Cations/Anions)

    7. Predicting the Formation of a Precipitate

    8. Determining Ksp from Solubility

    9. Writing Ion-Product Expressions

    10. Slight Dissolution of All Ionic Compounds

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