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when will equilibrium stop?

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When the reactants combine to form some products and the proucts decompose (react) to reform products (both at the same rate). This is referred to as a dynamic equilibrium. NOTE: It is generally considered that the forward and reverse reactions both continue, BUT at the same rate, so that "net reaction" stops, but the microreactions do not stop.
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Equilibrium will stop if you disturb the chemical system either by: - changing its temperature - changing its pressure - adding some reactant/product/new substance (eg dilution)

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