Question: What is the example of equilibrium?

An example of equilibrium is in economics when supply and demand are equal. An example of equilibrium is when you are calm and steady. An example of equilibrium is when hot air and cold air are entering the room at the same time so that the overall temperature of the room does not change at all.

What is an example of dynamic equilibrium in everyday life?

When a system operates in a state of dynamic equilibrium, there is a level of tension between opposing forces that is healthy, intentional and designed to achieve maximum results. As an example of this in real life, think about a saucepan of water that you are heating to boil some potatoes.

What is dynamic equilibrium explain with example?

Dynamic equilibrium is an example of a system in a steady state. This means the variables in the equation are unchanging over time (since the rates of reaction are equal). Dynamic equilibrium doesnt just occur in chemistry labs though; youve witnessed an dynamic equilibrium example every time youve had a soda.

What is equilibrium used for?

The equilibrium constant can help us understand whether the reaction tends to have a higher concentration of products or reactants at equilibrium. We can also use K c K_/text c Kc​K, start subscript, start text, c, end text, end subscript to determine if the reaction is already at equilibrium.

What is the equilibrium in the human body?

In the human body, your equilibrium is the bodys sense of position and movement including your sense of balance. The chemical term for equilibrium is similar in nature.

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