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- Understand how equilibrium and reversible reactions occur.
The reaction between substances A and B to produce C and D is described below in an equation.
A (g) + 2B (g) → C (g) + D (g)
The reaction takes place at high temperature and pressure with the container sealed.
- Explain how sealing the reaction container could establish an equilibrium.
- Explain why leaving this reaction unsealed creates other practical problems.