Chemical equilibrium is dynamic in nature. Explain.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 24th Apr, 2015, 02:46: PM
A chemical equilibrium is dynamic in nature which in other words means that reactions continue to occur in both forward as well as backward direction with the same speed. As a result, the amount of product formed immediately reacts backward to give reactants and so there is no change in concentration of reactant or product with the passage of time.
Answered by | 24th Apr, 2015, 04:46: PM
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