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What is chemical equilibrium? - George Zaidan and Charles Morton

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When molecules collide, chemical reactions can occur -- causing major structural changes akin to getting a new arm on your face! George Zaidan and Charles Morton playfully imagine chemical systems as busy city streets, and the colliding molecules within them as your average, limb-swapping joes.

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Here are some good, detailed resources on chemical equilibria:
·http://www.chemguide.co.uk/physical/equilibmenu.html
·http://ocw.mit.edu/high-school/chemistry/reactions/equilibrium/
·http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/chemistry/5-111-principles-of-chemical-science-fall-2008/video-lectures/lecture-19/
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