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  1. vera_ewing
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  2. vera_ewing
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    @JFraser I think it's 6 seconds.

  3. JFraser
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    you're thinking because that's where the lines cross, right?

  4. vera_ewing
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    Yes. That's where the equilibrium is reached right?

  5. JFraser
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    nope

  6. JFraser
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    equilibrium is reached when the concentrations of the reactants and products stop changing over time. because you have a graph of concentration vs. time, you can look at the \(slopes\) of the lines, and see that the concentrations are still changing at 6 seconds

  7. vera_ewing
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    So it's 12 seconds?

  8. JFraser
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    equilibrium is reached when the slopes of the reactant and product concentration lines become zero

  9. vera_ewing
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    So that would be at 12 seconds right?

  10. JFraser
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    it is

  11. vera_ewing
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    Ahh the answer was 8!!!

  12. JFraser
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    it looks to me like the concentrations are still changing at 8s, but the general idea is still correct

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