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## How do you find the equilibrium concentration of FeSCN2+?

Calculate [FeSCN2+] at equilibrium using A = mc. From the absorbance, A, and the slope of the calibration, m, calculate c, which is [FeSCN2+] (c = A/m).

**How can you find the absorption of only the FeSCN2+ in the standard solution?**

How can you find the absorption of only the FeNCS2+ in the standard solution? We can find the absorption of only the FeSCN2+ by pre-rinsing the cuvette with each solution we intend to measure before placing it in the spectrometer.

### How do you find equilibrium concentration from absorbance?

Remember that Beer’s Law indicates the relationship between the concentration and the absorbance is linear. Thus A = mC +b where A is the absorbance, m is the slope, C is the concentration and b is the y-intercept.

**How do you find the initial concentration of Fe3+ and SCN?**

“ To find the initial concentration of SCN“, use the dilution equation: (M1V 1)/V 2 = M2, where V2 = 10 mL. “ To find the initial concentration of Fe3+, use the dilution equation: (M1V 1)/V 2 = M2, where V2 = 10 mL.

#### How do you find initial concentration?

How to Calculate Initial Concentrations

- Weigh the amount of solute (the compound being dissolved) in grams. Then determine how many grams are in a mole of the solute.
- Measure the amount of the solvent that you have.
- Divide the moles of solute found in Step 1 by the liters of solvent found in Step 2 to find the initial concentration of a solution.

**How do you determine concentration?**

The standard formula is C = m/V, where C is the concentration, m is the mass of the solute dissolved, and V is the total volume of the solution. If you have a small concentration, find the answer in parts per million (ppm) to make it easier to follow.

## How do you calculate the concentration of a dilution?

Calculate concentration of solution after dilution: c2 = (c1V1) Ã· V. Calculate the new concentration in mol L-1 (molarity) if enough water is added to 100.00 mL of 0.25 mol L-1 sodium chloride solution to make up 1.5 L.

**How do you calculate change in concentration?**

Reaction rate is calculated using the formula rate = Î”[C]/Î”t, where Î”[C] is the change in product concentration during time period Î”t. The rate of reaction can be observed by watching the disappearance of a reactant or the appearance of a product over time.

### What are 5 factors that affect reaction rate?

Five factors typically affecting the rates of chemical reactions will be explored in this section: the chemical nature of the reacting substances, the state of subdivision (one large lump versus many small particles) of the reactants, the temperature of the reactants, the concentration of the reactants, and the …

**How do you find the concentration of an equilibrium constant?**

Write the equilibrium constant expression for the reaction. Substitute the known K value and the final concentrations to solve for x. Calculate the final concentration of each substance in the reaction mixture. Check your answers by substituting these values into the equilibrium constant expression to obtain K.

#### What is the equilibrium concentration?

ICE stands for initial, change, equilibrium. ICE chart for the reaction of nitrogen and oxygen to form nitric oxide: The equilibrium concentration is the sum of the initial concentration and the change, which is derived from the reaction stoichiometry.

**What happens to equilibrium when concentration increases?**

The effect of concentration on equilibrium (ESCNP) If the concentration of a reactant is increased the equilibrium will shift in the direction of the reaction that uses the reactants, so that the reactant concentration decreases. The forward reaction is favoured.

## Does concentration affect equilibrium constant?

Equilibrium constants are not changed if you change the concentrations of things present in the equilibrium. The only thing that changes an equilibrium constant is a change of temperature. The position of equilibrium is changed if you change the concentration of something present in the mixture.

**Why does changing concentration not affect equilibrium constant?**

At constant temperature, changing the equilibrium concentration does not affect Keq because the rate constants are not affected by the concentration changes. When the concentration of one of the participants is changed, the concentration of the others vary in such a way as to maintain a constant value for the Keq.

### Does rate constant change with concentration?

Regarding concentration: you are correct in that concentration affects the rate of reaction. However, a rate constant does not change according to concentration. An increase in temperature increases the rate constant and hence the rate. An increase in concentration increases the rate but not the rate constant.

**What equilibrium constant tells us?**

The equilibrium constant can help us understand whether the reaction tends to have a higher concentration of products or reactants at equilibrium. We can also use K c K_text c Kc‹K, start subscript, start text, c, end text, end subscript to determine if the reaction is already at equilibrium.

#### Can the equilibrium constant ever be zero?

The equilibrium constant cannot be 0. This is because this implies that the concentration of products is equal to 0 at equilibrium.

**What factor does equilibrium constant depend on?**

Equilibrium constant depends on temperature and is independent of the actual quantities of reactants and products, the presence of a catalyst and the presence of inert material. It is also independent of concentrations, pressures and volumes of reactants and products.

## Does the equilibrium constant depend on pressure?

Equilibrium constants aren’t changed if you change the pressure of the system. The only thing that changes an equilibrium constant is a change of temperature. If there are the same number of molecules on each side of the equation, then a change of pressure makes no difference to the position of equilibrium.

**What is the relation between standard free energy change and equilibrium constant?**

The equation, Î”G = Î”GÂ°+ RT ln Q, is derived on Wikipedia, under the subsection Thermodynamics. Remember, Q is the reaction quotient, which at equilibrium is equal to the equilibrium constant, K. Then you have your equation Î”G = Î”GÂ°+ RT ln K.

### Does equilibrium constant depend on stoichiometry?

The value of equilibrium constant depends on the stoichiometry of the equation.

**What happens to equilibrium constant when reaction is reversed?**

In general we can say that for a chemical reaction with equilibrium constant K at a constant temperature T, reversing the chemical reaction at the same temperature T results in an equilibrium constant that is the recripocal of K.

#### What does balanced equation mean?

1. An equation is balanced when the same number of each element is represented on the reactant and product sides. Equations must be balanced to accurately reflect the law of conservation of matter.

**What three things does a balanced equation show you?**

A Balanced Equation When a chemical equation is balanced, it is clear what substances are the reactants, which are the products, how much of each substance is involved, as well as their relationship to each other, and the steps that occur during the reaction.

## What does a balanced equation look like?

A balanced chemical equation occurs when the number of the atoms involved in the reactants side is equal to the number of atoms in the products side. The number of the atoms is not balanced on both sides. To balance the chemical equation above, we need to make use of coefficients.

**Which is the balanced equation for V2O5?**

The right answer is: V2O5 + 5CaS †’ 5CaO + V2S5.