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    For AQA C3.5, do we need to know the effect of concentration of equilibrium?
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    No idea. Check the specification.
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    (Original post by PenguinNinja)
    For AQA C3.5, do we need to know the effect of concentration of equilibrium?
    I believe it is just temperature and pressure.
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    no. U have a specification for a reason?
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    (Original post by PenguinNinja)
    For AQA C3.5, do we need to know the effect of concentration of equilibrium?
    Yes we do-
    Increase conc. of reactants- higher yield and vice versa
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    I remember when I was doing GCSES I did learn this for part of C2/3... I will try to explain it to you as simply as possible- no harm in knowing something extra!
    It is all to do with Le Chatalier's Principle which states that when a system in equilibrium is disturbed, the position of equilibrium will **** to reduce the effect of the disturbance. So lets say you have an equation:

    A+B goes to C+D... lets say you increase the concentration of D- the position of equilibrium will shift to the left- the backwards reaction will increase so that the extra D gets used up

    hopefully that makes sense
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    (Original post by surina16)
    I believe it is just temperature and pressure.
    thanks
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    (Original post by Lola1244)
    I remember when I was doing GCSES I did learn this for part of C2/3... I will try to explain it to you as simply as possible- no harm in knowing something extra!
    It is all to do with Le Chatalier's Principle which states that when a system in equilibrium is disturbed, the position of equilibrium will **** to reduce the effect of the disturbance. So lets say you have an equation:

    A+B goes to C+D... lets say you increase the concentration of D- the position of equilibrium will shift to the left- the backwards reaction will increase so that the extra D gets used up

    hopefully that makes sense
    thanks so much :^_^:
 
 
 
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