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Limiting ReactantHydrogen BalloonLe Chatelier's Principle - Copper IonNO2/N2O4 Equilibrium

Limiting Reactant - This demonstration is usually used in a General Chemistry course when the concept of limiting reactant is being introduced.

Hydrogen Balloon - In addition to its obvious crowd appeal, detonating a hydrogen balloon can be used to demonstrate combination, redox, formation, and exothermic reactions and activation energy.

NO2/N2O4 Equilibrium - Heating or cooling flasks of NO2 and N2O4 shifts the equilibrium between these two species. This demonstration can be used when the concept of the equilibrium concept is being introduced to illustrate the temperature dependence of the equilibrium constant.

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