A chemical reaction reaches equilibrium when the rate of forward reaction becomes equal to the rate of backward reaction.
The rates of forward and reverse reactions are equal!
At equilibrium, the RATE of the forward reaction is equal to the rate of the reverse reaction.
A chemical reaction will stop either when it reaches equilibrium or when one of the reactants is consumed.
the rate of te forward reaction and the rate of the reverse reaction
The rate of the forward reaction must be equal to the rate of the reverse reaction.
equilibrium means the rate of forward reaction = rate of backward reaction... there are three types of equilibrium 1. amount of products > amount of reactants 2. amount of products = amount of reactants 3. amount of products < amount of reactants
When the reaction reaches a point where reactants produced is equal to products produced the reaction is said to be in equilibrium. If that is what you afre talking about
A reaction reaches equilibrium when the rate of the forward reaction equals the rate of the reverse reaction.
It remains in equilibrium...as long as conditions remain the same.
The product and reactants reach a final, unchanging level.
Cell Reaches equilibrium
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pH increases the rate of enzyme reactions. It acts as a catalyst until the reaction reaches an equilibrium state.
If the requirements at the activation threshold are met, then it will be spontaneous. This means if the reaction has a negative delta G, there is a higher concentration of reactants and the reaction will occur spontaneously because the system wants to reach equilibrium. Once the system reaches equilibrium, the reaction is no longer spontaneous. Because metabolism is never at equilibrium, glycolosis will always be a spontaneous reaction.
H2(g) + I2(g) 2HI(g)18.6
No. Acetic acid is a weak acid. It only partially dissociates.
Product added to a system at equilibrium will result in the reaction moving left, or using up product to make more reactants until it reaches equilibrium again.
the molecules continue to move across the cell membrane; nothing changes, nothing stops
When a cell reaches metabolic equilibrium, it can no longer do cellular work. When it reaches equilibrium, it is dead.
When the concentration of the reactants is equal to the concentration of the products and does not change over time, the system has reached dynamic equilibrium. Dynamic equilibrium means that the reaction is still occurring and does not stop. The reaction never reaches completion, because the reverse reaction is moving at the same rate as the forward reaction. The products and reactants are balanced. The reactants are producing at the same speed that the products are changing back into the reactants. When a reaction is in dynamic equilibrium, it is hard to tell that a reaction is occurring. There is no net change in the concentration of the products or reactants because both forward and reverse reactions are moving at the same rate.