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A homogeneous equilibrium has to have all reactions and products in the same phase. Such as they all have to be gases, or all aqueous,... If even one of the reactants or products are in a different phase then it is a heterogeneous equilibrium.
It is homogeneous when the products and reactants are in the same phase. Heterogeneous is when the all the products and reactants aren't in the same phase so you would have to omit pure liquids and solids in your equilibrium calculations.
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