We are asked which one of the following statements is the most correct way to think about equilibrium
Concentrations at equilibrium remain constant however, it does not mean that nothing is changing/moving.
Products and reactants still convert to one another its just that it happens at the same rate that the concentrations remain constant.
The concept of chemical equilibrium is very important.
Which one of the following statements is the most correct way to think about equilibrium?
(a) If a system is at equilibrium, nothing is happening.
(b) If a system is at equilibrium, the rate of the forward reaction is equal to the rate of the back reaction.
(c) If a system is at equilibrium, the product concentration is changing over time.
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