Equilibrium Practice Problems
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I.
  Review  
II.
Introduction and General Solution
III.
Gas-Phase Equilibria
VI.
Weak Acids and Bases
V.
Advanced Acid/Base
VI.
  Buffers  
VII.
Precipitation

I. Background Review

Review the following background material before beginning the equilibria problems. You might also want to try the pretest on basic math and chemical concepts.

I-1. Pretest
I-2. Problem Solving
I-3. Math Review
I-4. Chemistry Units
I-5. Reactions
I-6. Stoichiometry (balancing reactions)
I-7. Spectator Ions


II. General Solution to Equilibria Problems

II-1. Introduction
II-2. Equilibrium Constant
II-3. Le Chatelier's Principle
II-4. Reaction Quotient
II-5. General Solution

III. Gas-Phase Equilibria

III-1. Introduction
III-2. Sample Gas-Phase Problem
III-3. List of Gas-Phase Problems
III-4. Simple Gas-Phase Problems
III-5. Advanced Gas-Phase Problems

IV. Weak Acids and Weak Bases

IV-1. Introduction
IV-2. Sample Problems
IV-3. List of Weak Acid and Weak Base Problems
IV-4. Weak Acid Problems
IV-5. Weak Base Problems

V. Advanced Weak Acid and Weak Base Problems

V-1. Introduction to Acidic and Basic Salts
V-2. Acidic and Basic Salt Sample Problem
V-3. List of Acidic and Basic Salt Problems
V-4. Acidic and Basic Salt Problems

VI. Buffers

VI-1. Buffers Introduction and Sample Problem
VI-2. Polyprotic Acids Introduction and Sample Problem
VI-3. List of Buffer and Polyprotic Acid Problems
VI-4. Buffer Problems
VI-5. Polyprotic Acid Problems

VII. Precipitation Equilibria

VII-1. Introduction
VII-2. Sample Precipitation Problem
VII-3. List of Precipitation Problems
VII-4. Simple Precipitation Problems
VII-5. Advanced Precipitation Problems


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