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a. What is solution equilibrium b. What factors determine the point at which a given

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a. What is solution equilibrium? b. What factors determine the point at which a given solute-solvent combination reaches equilibrium?

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General Chemistry 202 Professor Kuta Test 2 3 Chapters covered weekly Chapters 46­48 Chapter 46 46.1­ Stoichiometry ­A more in depth review is on noblereaction.org chem 201 text, chapter 19. Below is a quick example for quick review. o Know that with stoichiometry we can calculate G as well as H Example problem:  How many kJ’s can you get from the combustion of 1.000g propane at standard conditions o Okay, kJ’s are not used for enthalpy, but for free energy. (hint: combustion) o Write an equation for this reaction. C 3 8 ) + 5 O (2 

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Textbook: Modern Chemistry
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