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The state in which both reactants and products are present at concentrations which have no further tendency to change with time.

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If we want to find the concentration of $\ce{H+}$ ions at equilibrium when a weak conjugate base such as $\ce{C2H3O2-}$ added to water, why do we take the conjugate base reaction for calculation i.e … dominates the former since the equilibrium constant of the latter lies far toward the right while that of the former lies far toward the left? It seems to me that the latter will play a greater …
asked Feb 10 '15 by Gaurav
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When a neutralisation reaction happens, for example, $ \pu{100 mol l^-1}$ of $\ce{HCl}$ with $\pu{100 mol l^-1}$ $\ce{NH_3}$, why does all of the base and acid get converted to salt? Why isn't there an equilibrium established between salt and acid-base? …
asked Dec 30 '14 by Gaurav
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In my textbook, it is given that the ionic product of water $K_\mathrm{w}$ remains constant even when a non-neutral solute such as an acid is added to it. $$K_\mathrm{w} = \ce{[H3O+][OH-]}$$ When a …
asked Dec 29 '14 by Gaurav