Consider the reaction A B C D. A friend asks the following: I know we have been told that if a mixture of A, B, C, and D is in equilibrium and more 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?
Module 1 Study Guide Class 1: 1. Understand the format of this course, the test schedule and grading scheme, and our expectations for you Not on Test 2. Become familiar with the microscopes and spectrophotometers that you will be using at various times throughout the course Not on Test 3. Become familiar with the computers and computer programs that you will be using throughout the course Not on Test 4. Make serial dilutions of a yeast culture to estimate the number of yeast cells by two different methods To make a dilution, you take part of the previous dilution and mix it with water. For example if you have a 1/10 dilution and want to make a 1/100 dilution, you would take 1 ml of the dilution and mix it with 9 m