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Explain the whole concept of equilibrium...?

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  1. A reaction is at equilibrium when the NET change of the concenratins of reactants and products do not change. It doesn't mean that there is no reactions; ;i.e., the reactions are occuring (both forward and reverse) but the forward rxn and the reverse rxn are still going on.

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  2. How does temperature (and other factors) affect the speed of the reaction, both forward and reverse?

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  3. Generally, increasing T increases the rate of reaction. Particle size decreasing increases the rate. You can go to Google and type in factors affecting rate of reaction and see all of the factors and how they work.

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  4. Go to => h t t p://chemunlimited.com/Lecture%20Videos%20-%20Chap%2013%20-%20Chem%20Kinetics.html => Intro to Equilibrium (Video).

    remove spaces in 'h t t p'

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