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Le-Chatelier principle & Henry's Law
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This video explains the Le-Chatelier principle , Henry's law and applications.

Pradeep Sharma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Pradeep Sharma
Educator | Chemistry | NEET | JEE Teaching students for Cracking NEET , IIT-JEE , AIIMS , XII & XI since 1998.

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nice compilation for quick revision . thankyou
Thanku Vartika
thank you sir for such helpful videos.From where can we get the MCQs?
from where can we get MCQs?
u make chemistry easy for me :)
sir kya chemical equilibrium khatam ho gya itna kya enough hai ya kuch rehta hai sir plz tell fadt
  1. Chemical equilibrium Part-6 le chatelier principle Henry's law


  2. Chemical equilibrium Part-6 le chatelier principle Henry's law


  3. Chemical equilibrium Part-6 le chatelier principle Henry's law


  4. Le CHATELIER' S PRINCIPLE It states that - if a system in eqm is subjected a change of concentration, temperature or pressure,the eqm shifts in direction that tends to undo or cancel the change imposed.


  5. Le CHATELIER' S PRINCIPLE It states that - if a system in eqm is subjected a change of concentration, temperature or pressure,the eqm shifts in direction that tends to undo or cancel the change imposed. FACTORS AFFECTING EQUILIBRIUM


  6. Le CHATELIER' S PRINCIPLE It states that - if a system in equilibrium is subjected a change of concentration , temperature or pressure , the equilibrium shifts in direction that tends to undo or cancel the change imposed. FAGTORS AFFEGTING EQUTLTBRUM CONCENTRATION TEMPERATURE CATALYSTS PRESSURE INERT GAS


  7. FACTORS AFFECTING EQUILIBRIUM CONCENTRATION FORWARD REACTION TAKES PLACE WHEN If we increase concentration of reactant. Decrease concentration of product.


  8. FACTORS AFFECTING EQUILIBRIUM CONCENTRATION BACK WARD REACTION TAKES PLACE WHEN Decreasing concentration of reactant Increasing concentration of product.


  9. FACTORS AFFECTING EQUILIBRIUM CONCENTRATION FORWARD REACTION TAKES PLACE WHEN If we increase concentration of reactant. Decrease concentration of product. BACK WARD REACTION TAKES PLACE WHEN Decreasing concentration of reactant Increasing concentration of product


  10. FACTORS AFFECTING EQUILIBRIUM TEMPERATURE N2+3H2 2NH3 AH- 92KJ


  11. FACTORS AFFECTING EQUILIBRIUM TEMPERATURE N2+3H22NH3 AH 92KJ Low temperature favors exothermic reactions. High temperature favors endothermic reactions.


  12. FACTORS AFFECTING EQUILIBRIUM PRESSURE N2 + 3H 2NH3 2 High pressure shifts reaction towards lesser number of mol Low pressure shifts reaction towards higher number of mol.


  13. FACTORS AFFECTING EQUILIBRIUM INERT GAS N2 + 3H 2NH3 2 Addition of inert gas at constant volume has no effect on eqm Addition of inert gas at constant pressure shifts the eqm towards larger number of moles.


  14. Predict the condition for the maximum yield of the product 1.Low Temperature. 2.High Pressure 23H22NH3 AH92KJ SO S03 +104.5 KJ


  15. Predict the condition for the maximum yield of the product 1.Low Temperature. 2.High Pressure 23H22NH3 AH92KJ 1.Low Temperature. 2.High Pressure.


  16. Predict the condition for the maximum yield of the product .Low Temperature. 2.High Pressure 23H22NH3 AH92KJ S0202 SO3 104.5 KJ 1.Low Temperature. 2.High Pressure 1.High Temperature. 2. High Pressure


  17. HENRY 'S LAW It may be defined as the mass of a gas dissolved in given mass of a solvent at any temperature is directly proportional to the pressure of the gas above the solvent