I can write an expression in terms of concentrations for the equilibrium constant Kc given a chemical equation

I can explain why equilibria take a finite time to be achieved

I can calculate values for Kc and associated data from initial concentrations

I can write an expression in terms of partial pressures for the equilibrium constant Kp given a chemical equation

I can calculate values for Kp and associated data from pressure data

I can recall, explain and apply Le Chatelier's Principle

I can explain the application of Le Chatelier's Principle and predict the shift in position of equilibria and optimum conditions in reactions

I can explain and apply the relationship of Kc to Kp, the different formats of Kc (reciprocals and roots) and the relationships in simultaneous equilibria

I can explain and and apply to calculations, the concept of solubility product

I can explain and apply to calculations, the concept of common ion effect

I can explain and interpret phase diagrams

I can explain and interpret heating and cooling curves

Learning Targets:

Notes:

Chemical Equilibria: General Concepts Rene McCormick Notes

General Equilibria Free Response Questions Free Response Questions

Solubility Equilibrium Free Response Solubility Equilibrium Free Response

AP College Board Notes and Problem Solved College Board AP Notes Equilibrium

PowerPoints/Videos:

## AP Chemistry: General Equilibrium Lecture Part I General Equilibrium Lecture Part 11:04 hr

## AP Chemistry: General Equilibrium Lecture Notes Part II General equilibrium lecture notes part ll

AP* Chemistry Solubility Equilibrium Solubility EquilibriumSolubility Equilibrium Solubility Equilibrium

AP Test Questions:

AP Test General Equilibrium Problems AP Test General Equilibrium Problems

Answers: Essay Answers Gen Equil Answers: Problem Answers part 1 Answers: Problem Answers part 2

AP Test Questions Solubility Equilibrium AP Test Questions Solubility Equilibrium

Answers: Solubility Equilibrium Part 2 Solubility Equilibrium Part 2