Ch 12: Praxis General Science: Chemical Reaction Equilibrium

About This Chapter

The videos in this chapter highlight topics that pertain to chemical reactions and equilibrium. In order to help you get ready for the Praxis General Science examination, the lessons include quizzes as well as examples of equilibrium calculations.

Praxis General Science: Chemical Reaction Equilibrium - Chapter Summary

Through the process of getting prepared for the Praxis General Science examination, you may expand your knowledge of chemistry. Begin studying these entertaining videos and you can learn more about Le Chatelier's Principle, including its influence on equilibrium systems. For example, you could recall the steps necessary to write and solve equilibrium expressions and chemical equations. The lessons will also remind you of how to solve for keq or monitor the data of an equilibrium reaction using a RICE table. After viewing the videos, you could be ready to:

  • Explain Le Chatelier's Principle
  • Fill in a RICE table
  • Define solubility constant
  • Create equilibrium calculations using the common ion effect

Check out this chapter's lessons and utilize them as study tools before you sit for the Praxis General Science examination for teacher certification. Expert instructors narrate the transcripts and provide answers to your pertinent questions. Watch the lessons on your tablet or laptop and study on-the-go. Navigate with the video tags, or stop and restart the lessons as needed. The video lessons end with quizzes that will test your comprehension of the above concepts.

Praxis General Science: Chemical Reaction Equilibrium - Chapter Objectives

With 51 questions and worth 38% of the entire score, the Physical Science content category of the Praxis General Science examination is by far the largest of the assessment's five categories. Its Chemistry sub-section will evaluate your understanding of chemical reactions and equilibrium. Demonstrate what you know about Le Chatelier's Principle and the contributing factors to reaction equilibrium. Apply other concepts you've reviewed here and throughout your college studies so you can qualify for a general science teaching endorsement. There are 135 multiple-choice questions on the overall examination, which has a 2.5 hour limit for completion and is computer-delivered.

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