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What characteristics define a system at equilibrium?

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    Nevermind! I found the answer...but cam you still help with this question:

    how does a system at equilibrium respond to a stress and what factors are considered to be stresses on an equilibrium system?

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    A system at equilibrium, when stressed, reacts in such a way as to relieve the stress. Changes in concentration, pressure, temperature are stresses.

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