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Two colourless solutions are mixed in a stoppered flask. as the reaction proceeds, the resulting solution turns red, and a colourless gas is formed. after a few minutes, no more gas is evolved but the red colour remains. what evidence is there that equilibrium has been established?

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    No more gas is evolved. Intensity of the red color does not change.

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