Monthly Archives: March 2015

Equilibrium

Two test tubes, one hot and the other cold, the test tube surrounded by ice contains dinitrogen tetraoxide and the test tube chillin’ in the hot bath contains nitrogen dioxide. NO2:¬† http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/2000-02/951452623.Ch.r.html N2O4: http://2012books.lardbucket.org/books/principles-of-general-chemistry-v1.0/s12-10-end-of-chapter-material.html NO2<->N2O4, -58.8 delta H for the … Continue reading

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Three Questions

what have you completed recently? I have been on my spring vacation all this week. I have read crime and punishment somewhat, read up on WW2, and reviewed chemistry problems. What have you learned recently? I learned about equilibrium(barely), about … Continue reading

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Three Questions 

1. What have you completed recently. This week I played a lot of orchestra music, read Oedipus Rex, and played the stock market game.  2. What have you learned recently? I learned about rates of reactions in chemistry, about FDR … Continue reading

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Reactions and Rates

http://socratic.org/questions/what-does-a-potential-energy-diagram-tell-you-about-a-reaction A reaction coordinate is a graph that is used to measure the progress of a reaction as reactants are transformed into products. In order for a reaction to take place enough energy must be present in the system overcome … Continue reading

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