Chemical Equilibrium

The existence of an equilibrium and its chemical relation with the composition of the system, actually found from the study of rates of some reversible reactions before the thermodynamic approach developed.

Therefore, C.M Guldberg and P. Waage expressed the dependence of concentrations on the rate of reaction in a general form known as the law of mass action.

They also recognized that chemical equilibrium is a dynamic equilibrium and not a static equilibrium.

When we discuss all the topics related to equilibrium we can’t discuss it on one page of the website. Therefore some of the topic related equilibrium reaction discuss below,

Catalyst in Chemical Reaction

Catalyst in Chemical Reaction

Example of Catalyst in Chemistry A catalyst is defined as a substance which affect to enhance the speed of reaction rate itself without effect on...
Van't Hoff equation-equilibrium

Van’t Hoff Equation-Equilibrium

How much Van't Hoff equation - effect on temperature? Van't Hoff equation-equilibrium of a chemical reaction is constant at a given temperature. At equilibrium solution,...
Le Chatelier principle examples

Le Chatelier Principle

Le Chatelier's Principle facts Le Chatelier principle predicts the effect on the chemical system at equilibrium when some of the factors such as temperature, pressure,...
Chemical Equilibrium Reaction

Chemical Equilibrium Reaction

Definition of Dynamic Chemical Equilibrium The definition of the dynamic equilibrium of the chemical reaction is the point where no further action apart. The reaction...
Law of mass action and equilibrium constant

Law of mass action and equilibrium constant

State the law of mass action in chemistry The Law of mass action was first formulated by two Norwegian chemists, Guldberg and Waage in 1864....