Le Chatelier's Principle


Students will uncover Le Chatelier's principle, practice, and apply it to a real world concept while engaging in face to face and online activities. 

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The student will be able to identify and describe potential changes of a component of a given system that will increase the amounts of a particular species at equilibrium.
The student will be able to use evidence to predict relative quantities of a product before/after changes to a given chemical reaction.
The student will be able to describe (at the molecular level) changes involving one component of an equilibrium system and how it affects other components.
The student will be able to describe how changing the concentration of one of the components of a system in equilibrium will change the rate of the reaction (both forward or backward).
The student will describe how a system in equilibrium appears stable at the macroscopic level because forward and backward reactions are occurring at the same time.
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Next Generation and Michigan Science
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