## 11.7 Part a

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Alex Kashou
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### 11.7 Part a

Does anyone know why flask 3 is the flask that most resembles a reaction that has reached equilibrium because flask 3 and 4 look exactly the same to me in terms of molecules.

Vincent Grospe 3C
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### Re: 11.7 Part a

Flasks 3 and 4 have the same composition of molecules, which means that the reaction has reached equilibrium. However, flask 3 occurred at an earlier time. Therefore, it’s safe to assume that at — specifically — flask 3, the reaction has reached equilibrium.

AtreyiMitra2L
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### Re: 11.7 Part a

If you look at the question, it says that the flasks show dissassociation over time. Therefore, you must pick the flask that has no more change by looking at the next flask. You see this occur at flask 3 as in flask 4 there is no change.

Rana YT 2L
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### Re: 11.7 Part a

AtreyiMitra1E wrote:If you look at the question, it says that the flasks show dissassociation over time. Therefore, you must pick the flask that has no more change by looking at the next flask. You see this occur at flask 3 as in flask 4 there is no change.

However in addition to this you have to make sure that the concentrations are also equal since equilibrium is defined as the moment at which the concentrations of the reactants and products are equal