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Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec1:Static Chemical Equilibrium By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec2:Dynamic Chemical Equilibrium By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec3:Conditions and Recognition of Chemical Equilibrium By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec4:Chemical reactions and its types By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec5:Irreversible Chemical Reactions By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec6:Reversible Chemical Reactions By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec7:Reversible Chemical Reactions By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec8:Concept of Law of mass action By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec9:Derivation of Law of Mass Action By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec10:More on derivation of law of mass action By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec11:Application of Law of Mass Action By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec12:Application of Law of Mass Action By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec13:Equilibrium Constant Kc and its Units By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec14:Equilibrium Constant Kc and its Units By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec15:Importance of Kc By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec16:Difference between values of Kc and Qc By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec17:Calculating the Equilibrium Constant for Reversible Reaction By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00
Chemistry Class 10Th, CH1, Lec18:Calculate the Equilibrium Concentration By Sabaq Foundation FREE 00:00:00

9.1 REVERSIBLE REACTION AND DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM

In a chemical response, the resources that combine are referred to as reactants and the brand new materials fashioned are referred to as products. For illustration, when H2 and O2 (reactants) combine they kind H2O (product).

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Many of the reactions, in which the merchandise do not recombine to form reactants, are referred to as irreversible reactions. They are speculated to entire and are represented by way of placing a single arrow ( ) between the reactants and products.
Alternatively, reactions wherein the products can recombine to form reactants are referred to as reversible reactions. These reactions under no circumstances go to completion. They’re represented through a double arrow ( ) between reactants and products. These reactions proceed in both ways, i.E., they consist of two reactions; forward and reverse. So, a reversible response is one which can be made to proceed in both course relying upon the stipulations.
Allow us to discuss a reaction between hydrogen and iodine. Considering the fact that probably the most reactants, iodine is purple, even as the product hydrogen iodide is colourless, proceedings of the response are simply observable. On heating, hydrogen and iodine vapours in a closed flask, hydrogen iodide is formed. Thus, red colour of iodine fades because it reacts to form colourless hydrogen iodide

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After we consider of the time period equilibrium, the primary phrase that more commonly involves mind is “steadiness”. Nevertheless, the stability may be achieved in a kind of approaches.
Consequently, when the fee of the ahead response takes situation on the expense of reverse reaction, the composition of the response blend stays steady, it is known as a chemical equilibrium state. At equilibrium state there are two potentialities.
1. When response ceases to proceed, it’s called static equilibrium. This happens often in physical phenomenon. For example, a constructing stays standing alternatively than falling down considering that the entire forces appearing on it are balanced. That is an example of static equilibrium.
2. When reaction does no longer stop, simplest the charges of forward and reverse reactions grow to be equal to each other however take position in reverse recommendations. That is called dynamic equilibrium state. Dynamic means reaction is still carrying on with. At dynamic equilibrium state:

Rate of forward reaction = Rate of reverse reaction

 

9.2 LAW OF MASS ACTION

Guldberg and Waage in 1869 put forward this legislation. In step with this law “The rate at which a substance reacts is directly proportional to its active mass and the rate of a reaction is directly proportional to the product of the active masses of the reacting substances”. As a rule, an lively mass is considered because the molar concentration having models of mol dm-three, expressed as rectangular brackets [ ].

Consider [A], [B], [C] and [D] are the molar concentrations (mol dm-3) of A, B, C and D respectively.
In line with the regulation of Mass motion:
The rate of the ahead response a [ A ] [ B ]
= kf [ A ] [ B ]
in a similar fashion,
The cost of the reverse reaction a [ C ] [ D ]
= kr [ C ] [ D ]
where kf and kr are the proportionality constant called distinctive price constants of the ahead and the reverse reactions, respectively.
At equilibrium state:
The rate of forward reaction = The rate of reverse reaction

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Kc is called equilibrium constant. It is represented as:

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