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Reversible reactions at equilibrium means that once the reactants form the products, the products can form the reactions again using the same amount of energy. A irreversible reaction at equilibrium means that once the reactants make the products, the reactants can not be formed again by the products.
Can someone explain how the equations for an irreversible and reversible reaction differ conceptually? I understand how with the reversible process reactants can be formed again, but how can this be explained through the equations? What makes each equation reversible or not?
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