The increase of temperature can be illustrated by the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution. The curve labelled T1 on the diagram to the left shows a lower temperature than T2. It is the area underneath the curve that we are interested in and not the actual curve itself. Behind the line marked activation energy in the shaded area represents the actual amount of particles with enough energy to react. As we increase the temperature of the reactants, the curve flattens and its peak moves to the right. The shaded area increases as the number of particles with enough activation energy to react increases also.
OK so the last and largest chemistry exam is tomorrow! I’m not totally dreading it, but it’ll be a good/challenging paper… I need 73/100 to come out with an overall B grade which is what my university want.
10/2015| 30min notes on A2 Acids for an upcoming test. I looked at the summary page in the textbook to give me an idea of layout, and then I made an informal list of what I topics I wanted to cover and the order. Used my textbook and class notes to create my own summary sheets.
Hola a todos!! El día de hoy me gustaría hacer una recomendación para todos aquellos en saber mas sobre la química que rige nuestras vidas.
En el blog al que los dirijo con esta publicación podrán encontrar varias presentaciones con información sobre nomenclatura y varias temáticas relacionadas con la química, así como publicaciones educativas sobre varios temas.
Send “slurred words” to hear my muse describe yours whilst ridiculously drunk.
“I have no idea what that guy’s issue is. He goes from a fuckin’ asshole to savin’ some kid’s ass with enough self-loathing to rival mine. Part o’ me wants to kick his ass and part o’ me feels bad f’r him. He clearly needs a fuckin’ hug or something.”
I never had this teacher myself, but my school had a religious studies teacher that smelt of weed, told all atheists and non-Christians to leave his classroom and made everyone mediate and write the alphabet in their books. He got fired within a term
I also had a chemistry teacher who told my sister she was too stupid to take A Level v chem (she’s now doing it at uni), badly graded my qpp for motivation, and told both me and my qpp off for not answering/asking questions when we were both getting the work done and done well. She berated anyone that asked a question so everyone was scared to ask anything, and she moved on way too fast so no one could keep up and she got angry with us for not keeping up.
ME and TAM courses are what I mainly take. You can see how they try to weed out kids so hard to begin with and then settle down. Beginning courses every engineer takes are 100-200 level CHEM,PHYS,MATH, and TAM classes