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TITLE: Equilibrium : [videorecording] / concepts and applications. presented by Films for Humanities & Sciences.
ADDED TITLE: Applying the concepts of equilibrium
PUBLISHED: Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences ; c2004.
DESCRIPTION: 1 video caassette (21 min.) : sd., col. , 1/2 in.
NOTES: Directed and produced by Richard Leigh; edited by Jard Marshal; executive producer Mark Mcauliffe; written by Simon Garner.
NOTES: Kate Doherty.
NOTES: This program begins with an overview of the basic concepts of chemical equilibrium law, and the calculation of K. It then analyzes how changing conditions other than temperature leads to a temporary shift in the position of equilibrium and how reactions spontaneously adjust to maintain the value of K for any given temperature. Changes in K when increasing and decreasing the temperature of exothermic and endothermic reactions are examined as well, and the concepts of equilibrium as it relates to the industrial manufacture of sulfuric acid are highlighted.
ADDED ENTRY: Leigh, Richard
ADDED ENTRY: Garner, Simon
ADDED ENTRY: McAuliffe, Mark
ADDED ENTRY: Marshal, Jared
ADDED ENTRY: Films for Humanities & Sciences.

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