I know that raising the temperature in a reversible chemical reaction causes the equilibrium to shift to the endothermic side. I know that $\Delta G = \Delta H - T \Delta S$ but I don't know how to ...
Chemical Equilibrium - Why do changes in pressure cause a shift in the ratio of products and reactants?
I understand Le Chatelier's principle and how every change to an equilibrium system causes an opposing reaction from the system. I also understand how, when pressure is increased, the equilibrium ...
What is an example for a system, which is in chemical equilibrium, but not in thermodynamical equilibrium? And what about the other way around? It seems to me, that as long as Parameters like ...