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3 Le Chatelier’s Principle Le Chatelier’s Principle states that when a system is in equilibrium and there is a change in one of the factors which affect the equilibrium, the system reacts in such a way as to cancel out the change and restore equilibrium. An increase in temperature will shift the reaction in the direction of heat absorption. An increase in the pressure will shift the reaction in the direction in which the number of moles is decreased. An increase or decrease in pressure does not affect a reaction in which there is no variation in the number of moles.

7 van der Waals When the electron cloud around an atom or molecule shifts (for whatever reason), a temporary dipole is created, this in turns creates an induced dipole in the next molecule. This induced dipole ( van der Waals ) induces another and so on. The induced dipoles now are electrostaticly attracted to each other and a weak induced dipole attraction occurs. 3 21 Gases The following laws and equations are for ideal gases. An ideal gas is considered to be composed of small particles whose volume is negligible when compared to the whole volume, and the gas particles do not exert any force on one another.

This induced dipole ( van der Waals ) induces another and so on. The induced dipoles now are electrostaticly attracted to each other and a weak induced dipole attraction occurs. 3 21 Gases The following laws and equations are for ideal gases. An ideal gas is considered to be composed of small particles whose volume is negligible when compared to the whole volume, and the gas particles do not exert any force on one another. 1 Boyle’s Law For a fixed amount of gas, held at constant temperature, the volume is inversely proportional to the applied pressure.

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