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background image Chapter 15. Chemical Equilibrium Student       Objectives         15.1Fetal Hemoglobin and Equilibrium   Know that hemoglobin is the bloodstream’s carrier for oxygen and that the 
binding of oxygen  to hemoglobin is an equilibrium reaction.
Know that the fetal–maternal oxygen equilibrium is maintained via the 
placenta where oxygen  is exchanged.
15.2The Concept of Dynamic Equilibrium Know and understand that in a dynamic equilibrium, the rate of the forward 
reaction equals  the rate of the reverse reaction.
Understand the concept of dynamic equilibrium through the population analogy. 15.3 The Equilibrium Constant (K) Define and understand the law of mass action. Write and interpret equilibrium expressions using concentrations. Understand the significance of numerical values of the equilibrium constant, 
especially very  large and very small values.
Know and understand the mathematical relationships between chemical 
equations and equilibrium constants.
15.4Expressing the Equilibrium Constant in Terms of Pressure Know and understand the relationship between equilibrium expressions 
written in terms of pressure or concentration.
Write and interpret the equilibrium expressions given by K and K for a chemical reaction. Show the relationship between K and K for a gas-phase reaction. 15.5Heterogeneous Equilibria: Reactions Involving Solids and Liquids Know and understand that the concentrations of solids and liquids in a 
reaction do not change over the course of a reaction and do not appear in 
the equilibrium expression.
Write and interpret an equilibrium expression for a reaction involving a solid or 
liquid.
15.6Calculating the Equilibrium Constant from Measured Equilibrium Concentrations Know and understand that the equilibrium constant will be identical for a 
given reaction at a  given temperature; the equilibrium can be established at 
an infinite combination of  concentrations.
background image Write and compute the table of values for an equilibrium reaction at 
the initial, change in, and  equilibrium concentrations. Know that this 
is often called the 
ICE       table . 15.7The Reaction Quotient: Predicting the Direction of Change Know that the reaction quotient is defined in the same way as the equilibrium 
constant K
except that can be defined for a state other than equilibrium.

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School: University of Miami
Department: Chemistry
Course: Principles of Chemistry I
Term: Fall 2014
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Name: Chm 111
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