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Why are the equilibrium exponents stoichiometric when the rate law's are not? [duplicate]

I'm learning about rate law and equilibrium, and the textbook really hammers in that the exponents for the rate law must be determined experimentally - you can't just use the coefficients from the ...
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How to calculate the equivalent mass of Na2S2O3? [closed]

Let us consider the following reaction $$\ce{I2 + 2 Na2S2O3 -> 2 NaI + Na2S4O6}$$ Now, in order to calculate the equivalent mass of $\ce{Na2S2O3}$, first I need to calculate it's $n$-factor which ...
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How to calculate the equivalent weight of KMnO4?

Let us consider the following reaction $$\ce{2 KMnO4 + 16 HCl → 2 KCl + 2 MnCl2 + 8 H2O + 5 Cl2}$$ Now, in order to calculate the equivalent mass of $\ce{KMnO4}$, first I need to calculate it's $n$-...
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Weight of sodium acetate required to get to certain pH

How many grams of $\ce{CH3COONa}$ we need to dissolve in $\pu{2.50 L}$ of water to get a solution with $\mathrm{pH} = 9.00$? Given $K_\mathrm{a}(\ce{CH3COOH}) = 1.75\cdot 10^{-5}$ Like solving a ...
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Mixing Ca(OH)2 with Ca(NO3)2

Mixing $\ce{Ca(OH)_2}$ with $\pu{0.1 M}$ concentration of $\ce{Ca(NO3)2}$. What will actually happen in the process? What I will see with my eyes? I know that $\ce{Ca^2+}$ cation with concentration ...
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Can i calculate the solution of the problem in more simple way?

and i got a serious question. During my exercises at home, i found that im struggling a lot while solving simple problem`s like this one: I have an aquatic substance with 0.100 M of $\ce{Mg(NO3)2}$ ...
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Grams of bicarbonate vs realeased CO2?

So, it's been a good two years since I've done chemistry and I have my first university lab in a few days and I'm sort of freaking out because I can't even remember how to do stoichiometry properly. ...
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Alternate solution for finding concentration in equilibrium

This question is still waiting for a better alternate answer. If you can add it then your answer can be chosen as accepted I came across a question yesterday A container contains three gases. A, B ...
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Equilibrium and Completeness of Reaction [duplicate]

In class we are currently learning about equilibrium and Le Chateliers principal. The principal makes sense but seems contrary to some other concepts. For example, using stoichiometry to calculate the ...
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Can acid concentration be determined from Ka values in a titration? [duplicate]

Say I have a sample of vinegar and I want to find the concentration of ethanoic acid in it. So I perform a titration using a $\mathrm{pH}$ meter, and using that data I can draw a $\mathrm{pH}$ curve ...
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Proof that Equilibrium Constant is a Ratio of Rate Constants

I have a question about this proof that shows the relationship between the rate constant and the equilibrium constant. In this proof, the assumption is that the reaction is $(a+b)$th order in the ...