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Across
8.type of enthalpy change
9.the amount of energy not available for work
12.the average of the kinetic energies of the particles involved
15.a strong acid or base __________ better than weak ones
17.environment that the reaction takes place in
19.referred to as the eluent
20.common strong base
22.the sum of work and heat
24.agent that gains electrons
25.part of the standard state measured in M
26.acid/base pair name
27.agent that loses electrons
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1.resists a change in pH within plus or minus 1 unit
2.why components in chromatography seperate
3.tells us if the reaction is at equilibrium
4.a _____ Ka means a stronger acid
5.releases heat
6.the amount of energy available for work
7.environment around the reaction
10.stored energy that can be converted into heat
11.a negative enthalpy means a reaction is...
13.if a system is more _____ and random, it is spontaneous
14.chromatography based on dispersion forces
16.heat is not a...
18.adjustments made by the system to maintain equilibrium
21.a weak acid that changes colour
23.F x d

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