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CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Dynamic Equilibrium


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Chemistry
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CHM135H1
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Q2. Providing Equilibrium (Easy)
Which of the following laboratory tests could be done to
prove whether dynamic equilibrium is reached or not?
A- You start a chemical reaction. When the
concentration of reactant and products are
constant, the system is at dynamic equilibrium.
B- Suppose a chemical system is at equilibrium. You
disturb the equilibrium by altering the concentration
of the reactants. You find that the system remains
unchanged.
C- You start a chemical reaction. You find that the
reactants are being used at a constant rate such
that the rate of forward reaction is constant. You
conclude that the system has reached dynamic
equilibrium
D- You have a chemical reaction at dynamic
equilibrium. You disturb the system by changing its
volume. You observe that the system changes its
concentration of reactants and products to a new
value. You conclude that the system is at dynamic
equilibrium.