Answer : The correct option is, Concentration, as the concentration of reactants and products become equal at equilibrium.
As we know that as a chemical reaction proceeds, the concentration of the reactants keep on decreasing while those of the products keep on increasing. The rate of reaction is also decreases. That means the rate of reaction is directly proportional to the concentration of the reactants per unit time. The graph plot between the concentration and the time.
Equilibrium point : It is the point where the concentration of the reactant and the products become equal.
From the given graph we conclude that, the concentration of reactants decreases and the concentration of products increases and the at a specific point the the concentration of reactant and the products becomes equal and that point is known as the equilibrium point.
Hence, the correct option is, Concentration, as the concentration of reactants and products become equal at equilibrium.
Concentration, because the amounts of reactants and products remain constant after equilibrium is reached.
The rate of reaction refers to the amount of reactants converted or products formed per unit time.
As the reaction progresses, reactions are converted into products. This continues until equilibrium is attained in a closed system.
When equilibrium is attained, the rate of forward reaction is equal to the rate of reverse reaction, hence the concentration of reactants and products in the system remain fairly constant over time.
When deducing the rate of reaction, concentration of the specie of interest is plotted on the y-axis against time on the x-axis.
D. concentration, as the concentrations of reactants and products remain unchanged after equilibrium is reached.
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the correct option of the question would be CONCENTRATION ,because concentration of the reactant and product becomes equal at equilibrium.
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adhikaripratyush from india
the equation that correctly represent the reaction for formation of ammonia is
n2+ 3h2 → 2nh3 (answer d)
1 mole of nitrogen gas (n2) react with 3 moles of hydrogen gas (h2) to form 2 moles of ammonia ( nh3). this is in a process known as haber process were iron is used as a catalyst and reaction take place that a higher temperature and pressure. the process is exothermic hence energy is released.