Equilibrium in chemistry is a term used to often describe the state of a reaction in both physical and chemical processes. In class 11, this topic is discussed in great detail and there are a lot of underlying topics like laws, types, applications, etc to cover. While studying all the topics may be a time-consuming task, we are offering free CBSE revision notes for class 11 Chemistry chapter 7 – equilibrium to help students learn about all the topics clearly and in a much efficient way. The notes contain to the point information prepared by experts that will help students complete their revisions in time and be ready to tackle any question that can be asked during the exams.
|Equilibrium in chemical processes: Dynamic equilibrium||Factors Affecting Equilibrium|
|Law Of Mass Action Or Law Of Chemical Equilibrium||Homogeneous Equilibrium|
Frequently asked Questions on CBSE Class 11 Chemistry Notes Chapter 7: Equilibrium
What is ‘Dynamic equilibrium’?
A dynamic equilibrium is a chemical equilibrium between a forward reaction and the reverse reaction where the rate of the reactions are equal.
What is ‘Homogeneous equilibrium’?
A homogeneous equilibrium is one in which all species are present in the same phase.
What is the ‘Law of mass action’?
This law states that the rate of any chemical reaction is proportional to the product of the masses of the reacting substances, with each mass raised to a power equal to the coefficient that occurs in the chemical equation.