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Counting Reactants and Products (a one-page interactive model)

Interactive model, with minimal support

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Central Concepts

Key Concept:

A reversible reaction can proceed in either forward or backward direction depending on the conditions.

Additional Related Concepts

Physics/Chemistry

  • Breaking bonds
  • Chemical reaction
  • Le Chatelier

Systems

  • Equilibrium

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Textbook References

  • Biology: Concepts and Connections (Pearson) 5th Edition - Chapter 5: The Working Cell

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Activity Credits

Created by CC Project: Molecular Workbench using Molecular Workbench

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These materials are based upon work supported
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9980620, ESI-0242701, EIA-0219345, DUE-0402553, and 0628181.

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