Reversible Chemical Kinetics Model Documents
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Fernando Silva Fernandes
The Reversible Chemical Kinetics Model illustrates the time evolution of a reversible chemical reaction, from a given set of initial reactants concentration until chemical equilibrium is reached. The concentrations are plotted against time and the respective numerical values are periodically displayed at the data Table. As chemical equilibrium is attained, the concentrations become constant, the reaction quotient (Q) equalizes the equilibrium constant and Gibbs's energy change (G/RT) approaches zero.
Published October 20, 2012
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Last Modified October 20, 2012