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Louisville, KY Physiology tutoring
The focus today was equilibrium constants, problems that follow from Le Chatelier's principle, solubility products; calculating Gibbs free energy principle and relating it to equilibrium constants.
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Louisville, KY Physiology tutoring
We went over her lab report. She did a great job formatting it. She had the most trouble writing her purpose and translating her experiment procedure, but it was well organized.
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Louisville, KY Physiology tutoring
The student and I completed homework for his Spanish class and read the chapter on geological determination of absolute and relative ages for rocks and minerals.
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Louisville, KY Physiology tutoring
We looked at nerve responses, particularly arch reflex with reinforcement. We also reviewed homeostasis.
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Louisville, KY Physiology tutoring
We finished Chapter 10 homework about equilibrium. The problems were different from what we have answered before. That's increased the student's confidence on the chapter.
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Louisville, KY Physiology tutoring
Today we reviewed for the student's test - we covered reaction rates, Chemical Equilibrium, and Le Chatelier's principle. She seemed a little more comfortable with this than with other units. We reviewed some techniques for using a table (initial, change, equilibrium) to determine concentrations at chemical equilibrium and we talked about the difference between Q and K and what this tells you about the direction a reaction will proceed in order to reach equilibrium. Overall, she felt like she was prepared.
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