Consider the reaction . A friend asks the following: I know we have been told that if a mixture of A, B, C, and D is at equilibrium and more of A is added, more C and D will form. But how can more C and D form if we do not add more B? What do you tell your friend?
Chapter 5 in 20 Questions 1. Potential energy in a college physics class is usually discussed in terms of gravity’s affect on matter. However, chemistry classes rarely discuss gravity. Does this mean potential energy is not important for a chemist Explain. - PE is very important for chemists - PE: an object has PE by virtue of its position relative to other objects. PE is, in essence, the “stored” energy that arises from the attractions and repulsions an object experiences in relation to other objects. - electrostatic potential energy, el, arises from the interactions between charged particles - this E is proportional to the electrical charges on the interacting objects1 Q and Q2 - it is inversely proportional to the