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Liquid-Vapor Equilibrium HL
Vapor Pressure Vapor pressure- the pressure of the vapor as a result of evaporation in a closed container
Vapor Pressure High VP = eq shifts right Low VP = eq shifts left
Vapor Pressure Equilibrium will be reached quicker when surface area is increased, but the equilibrium position will not change and VP remains the same.
(This increases VP and Keq as well!) Important!
Vapor Pressure External pressure = atmospheric pressure Very important!!!
high vapor pressure and low bp = volatile
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