Ch 33: CEOE Physical Science: Equilibrium

Attaining the status of physical science expert requires a strong understanding of topics such as equilibrium. Before you sit for the CEOE Physical Science examination, build upon your existing knowledge by studying the lessons in this chapter.

CEOE Physical Science: Equilibrium - Chapter Summary

In an effort to get ready for CEOE Physical Science test questions, explore the equilibrium concepts in this chapter. Learn about the statements made by LeChatelier's principle and discover what a RICE table is and how to illustrate it. Watch the videos and improve your ability to write an equilibrium expression, solve an equilibrium equation or calculate a buffered solution's pH levels. Discover how a titration curve is created and learn to use dissociation constants for acid and base dissociates. Work through this chapter in order to:

• Define chemical equilibrium and acid-base buffers
• Explain LeChatelier's principle
• Distinguish between equilibrium constant and equilibrium quotient
• Perform calculations with a RICE table
• Define and use solubility constant
• Understand the common ion effect and acid-base equilibrium
• Explain titration and titration overview curves

Get in study time at your own pace as you prepare for the CEOE Physical Science examination, which Oklahoma uses as a requirement for certification to teach the subject. Led by instructors and presented online, these lessons are fun and flexible. Study visually by watching the animated lessons on your mobile device or scan the transcripts to determine how much you already know about equilibrium. Pop-up quizzes will test your retention of related concepts.

CEOE Physical Science: Equilibrium Chapter Objectives

Divided into three subareas, the computer-based CEOE Physical Science examination requires a passing score of 240. You'll provide answers to questions on equilibrium, reaction rates, LeChatelier's principle and more during Subtest 3, Structure of Matter and Changes in Matter, which equals 29% of the test score. In less than four hours, you'll be required to complete one constructed-response assignment and 80 selected-response questions that stretch across all three subareas.

10 Lessons in Chapter 33: CEOE Physical Science: Equilibrium
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