Chapter 7 - Equilibrium

Equilibrium, widely referred to as chemical equilibrium is the state wherein their reactant side and product side are stable and have no tendency to change. For students of class 12, working on the important question of equilibrium will help them to perform better for their 11th exam and also for competitive exam preparation.

Equilibrium Class 11 Important Questions

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A hypothetical reaction : A(g)+B(g)C(g)+D(g) occurs in a single step, the specific rate constant of forward reaction at TK is 2.0×103mol1L s1. When start is made with equimolar amounts of A and B, it is found that the concentration of A is twice that of C at equilibrium. The specific rate constant of the backward reaction is ?

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