Chemical Equilibrium

STPM Chemistry Form 6 Notes – Chemical Equilibrium (Part 4 – Final)

7 February 2011

Welcome back to Berry Berry Easy for the final post on Chemical Equilibrium for STPM Chemistry (Tingkatan 6). In this last part, you’ll combine all that you have learnt earlier and apply it in a variety of conditions. It might seemed a lot, but we are thoughtful enough to present it to you in table [...]

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STPM Chemistry Form 6 Notes – Chemical Equilibrium (Part 3)

5 February 2011

In the previous posts in this series on Chemical Equilibrium for STPM Chemistry (Tingkatan 6), we learnt about reversible reactions, dynamic equilibrium, equilibrium law, equilibrium constant (and more importantly how to express it), homogeneous equilibrium and heterogeneous equilibrium. Those topics are theoretical concepts on chemical equilibrium. In this part 3 of the series from Berry [...]

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STPM Chemistry Form 6 Notes – Terminology and Concepts: Chemical Equilibrium (Part 1)

25 March 2010

Form 6 STPM students by now would have been familiar with the notion of chemical reactions. However, little thoughts have been given to the “direction” and “rate” of the reactions. If reactant A and B can be converted to product C (forward reaction), will product C become a ‘reactant’ and be converted back to ‘products’ [...]

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