Reactions of Acids


Define a reversible reaction.

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A chemical reaction where the products of the reaction can react together to produce the original reactants again. So a chemical reaction that has a forward and a backward reaction. When the rates of the forward and backward reaction are equal, a dynamic equillibrium is reached which means that the concentrations of reactants and products will remain constant.

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