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It will remain at equilibrium unless some condition of the reaction is changed. For example, if the temperature or pressure is changed then the reaction will move in a certain direction and the same will happen if the concentrations of the reactants or products are changed.
Yes, the aspect of equilibrium can be disturbed or altered momentarily as noted in Le Chatelier's Principle:chemical principle that states that if a system in equilibrium is disturbed by changes in determining factors, such as temperature, pressure, and concentration of components, the system will tend to shift its equilibrium position so as to counteract the effect of the disturbance
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