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Updated: 5/19/2020
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  • Point 5
  • When representing a reversible reaction, we use a double headed arrow such as ⇌
  • To show that it's reversible, keep up Sarah!
  • But why is it double-headed?
  • Point 6 & 7
  • The pressure and the temperature of the reactions are shown above or below the arrows of the equation.
  • The concentration or dilution of an acid is written as (con.) or (dil.)
  • Oh yeah, I've read an equation of photosynthesis where they wrote chlorophyll and sunlight above and below the arrows, it finally makes sense now
  • Yeahhh, and to show the absorption of heat, we use minus flames!!
  • Points 8 & 9
  • No we don't, OMG!
  • That's right, now could anyone tell me how we represent endothermic and exothermic reactions?
  • OOH, I KNOW, WE USE FLAMES TO SHOW THE RELEASE OF HEAT
  • OHH, THAT MAKES SENSE!
  • We just write +heat or -heat depending on the equation.
  • THE END
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