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The chemical formulas in the table of 9:40 are wrong 🙂
Another awesome video Bozeman!
8:55 H2 and H20 equilibrium numbers are off
I love this channel
That was awesome! Cheers from Brazil!
I love these videos! Could you make some with more example problems such as 3 or 4 per concept?
The video illustration, directly solves my 5 years of wondering
Hello Mr. Anderson! I used all of your AP Biology videos last year in AP Bio, and now this year in AP Chem. Are going to do a similar overall review video for the AP test like the one you did last year? It would be greatly appreciated if you do. Thank you so much for these videos.
hi, the table of reaction H2+I2——-2HI is wrong~
thanks for all the great videos. you are just wonderful.
Thanks! You saved my life!
6:15 should be cC+dD?
8:28, shouldn't the equilibrium value for H20 be 0.038, not 0.138?
Chemical formulas in the table are wrong lol! But anyway your videos saved me from listening to boring lecturers. TYVM
It was very helpful!…even though there were a couple mistakes 🙂
I'm acing my chem exam. Thanks to you.
you explain everything so well! its a lot easier now than it was in class thank you so much you're great!
You have been very helpful for me Mr Paul Anderson. You have solved most of my doubts. Thank you very much.
Wouldn't the different cup sizes affect the equilibrium? What are the different cup sizes a representation of?
In the second Ice table the red box (the product) it's 2HI not N2!!! But it's ok it was very helpful thank u!!!
I get everything on the ICE table on this video and the last… except.. is there a typo on the Equilibrium (M) part where it says ".138" and yet ".038" is what is being used in the "Change" column?
Extremely Helpful!Thanks a lot!, Sir
Best equilibrium video on YouTube. Thank you!
This was soooo helpful THANK YOU!!!!
Yes, thank you so much! I was so confused with those ICE type problems and I have a test on them in a couple days!
Omg. Best video on equilibrium ever. Thank you so much. you just saved my life 🙂
thanK you ,i figured it out and understood it thanks
Whoo hoo my main man got this topic up on his channel, I used u last year for both bio and chem and I thought u wouldn't have this topic up… imagine my relief!.. Listen to me carefully, U deserve the noble prize of some kind, u are a good man! and don't let no one tell u different btw the way thanks to ur bio videos I got an A+ and since I discovered you chem videos really really late( like final exam late) I passed with a C
What if we are not given a k value and we're just told you have 0.2M h2 and 0.5M I2 — using your reaction above how would we find Kc?
1:25, i couldnt take him seriously for the rest of the video xD
Proof that quadratic equations are of the devil …
8:25 Why do the final N2 and H2O mole ratios not match up with the chemical equation? It should produce exactly 2 H2O for each N2, why does it produce 7 times as much H2O?
You teach me what I need for a test in a few videos at least 10 times faster that what I learn in 2 weeks of class!
Great videos. that stutter at 1:27 though
In the first ICE table, shouldn't the equilibrium [H20] be 0.038 instead of 0.138?
Don't you dare tell me that 0+0.038=0.138 D:
how did he manage to get .666 at the end for x? :s lol
How do u sum 4hrs of classes in 12 minutes…. I love this guy
What is with the dissonant guitar riff at the beginning
And once again my test score was saved by Bozeman!
Thank you so much for this video!! It helped me a LOT
you explain things so well.. thank you for the upload..
So good, thank you.
this was very helpful but my chem teacher is still a dick who asks me to find K when only given volume of container and concentration of one compound. like wtf dude
AMAZING VIDEO…Thank you sooooo much.
The ''product'' and ''reactant'' in your reaction quotient formula should switch places at 1:17 otherwise you would get K=Q
Mr. Bozeman,Thanks for the good job. However, can you remove subtitles from on your screen. I am unable to see lot of what's on the bottom of your screen.
1:26 LOL THAT WAS SO FUNNY! But anyways , thank you for posting this video. I learned a lot !
you are just awsome !!I'm From iraq and I'm Understanding you more than my teacher ! xD
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how did u get the numbers of molarity for n2 , h2 and nh3??? @ 7:05?
I'm From colombia and I'm Understanding you more than my teacher
I am really confused that if we increase temperature would it favour reverse or forward reaction
Simple and unselfishly explained. Thank you Mr.Bozeman !
Your explanations and examples are so, so, so helpful! I cannot begin to thank you for all that I've learned from you! Chemistry is not my favorite course, but you make it much more manageable!
Amazing videos All of them!!! Thank you so much!!!!
thank you that was really helpful……
Well explained. Great upload!
lol 1:27 he said "is we can kdijigjdgd"
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Thank you so much! I was so confused in Chemistry class in this unit and I desperately looked online for explanation. Now I got it and I will ace my next test! (hopefully)
DUDE! Best Chemistry lesson, you're easy to learn from!
The analogy at the start of the video is so freakin cool
superb demonstration sir
downloaded this video tutorial sir
this makes no sense
You Sir , you are a Legend
Great demo I was under the impression this video was about balance . The math fantastic
For the equilibrium of H20 is it suppose to be 0.138 or 0.038?
I have a Question from were did we get the (N2) and (NO) at 10:34 is the equation doesn't even Nitrogen gas in it? Please answer to my comment.
i mean if not is
im from afganisthan kabul and these videos help alot…ps sorry for my engalishhheee
Your second ICE table is WRONG, please fix it, the table doesn't reflect the given reaction at all.
what's going on with these ice tables…
oh thank you you're amazing ✊💕
I’m so gonna fail my exam tomorrow:(
How does that equal .666 at 11:29? I believe him that it does, I just have no idea how to calculate that value…
I believe you are missing a plus sign in the product side of the equation @5:00
I LOVE YOU. Thank you, thank you, thank you. You. Are my chemistry hero that makes sense in 8 to 12 minutes of what an hour of text reading leaves me totally confused. GOD BLESS YOU!
Sir i am from 10th standard but your explanation is very nice so i understood almost everything.Thanks from India
Sir i would like to contact you personally for some help thanks if you contact me.
great .. could u also mention the reference books/ material for these concepts?
hey, how did you calculate the equilibrium (M) value for N2, H2 and NH3? 7:07
I UNDERSTOOD THE CONCEPT OF EQUILIBRIUM WITHIN THE FIRST MINUTE thanks to your water experiment. holy– wow. thank you. thank you so much~~~~
When you say K=0.042 what does that mean exactly? conceptually? how do we use it in, say, experiments?
For those who are confused, He did a tiny mistake at 8:12 plugging the wrong value for Concentration of H2O.And also another in the second table.
The real value of [H2O ]——————- 0.038MThe real value of K ————————– 49.56
thank bose man i learn ed
Shout out to tha Boze for pouring blue water back and forth for ages to demonstrate a point
Can you me real life example of chemical equilibrium please and save me ?
At 8:17 the equilibrium for the H2O should be 0.038 instead of 0.138.
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