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I just had some questions and was wondering if anyone would be able to answer them? xx
1. is a dynamic equilibrium the same as just equilibrium? Will I lose marks in an exam (btw I do AQA) if I refer to equilibrium instead of dynamic equilibrium?
2. in the spec it says: explain why, for a reversible reaction used in an industrial process, a compromise temperature and pressure may be used.
I understand why compromise temperature and pressure may be used in the Harber process, but I'm not sure id know how to explain it if it came up as a three marker as to why compromise temperature and pressures may need to be used. What would you say to that?

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I just had some questions and was wondering if anyone would be able to answer them? xx
1. is a dynamic equilibrium the same as just equilibrium? Will I lose marks in an exam (btw I do AQA) if I refer to equilibrium instead of dynamic equilibrium?
2. in the spec it says: explain why, for a reversible reaction used in an industrial process, a compromise temperature and pressure may be used.
I understand why compromise temperature and pressure may be used in the Harber process, but I'm not sure id know how to explain it if it came up as a three marker as to why compromise temperature and pressures may need to be used. What would you say to that?

Thank you! <3
1. You wont need to always refer to it as dynamic, the only question ive seen about it is like what is meant by a dynamic equilibrium or state why it is described as dynamic.
2. compromise temps and pressures are used to increase the yield of product or rate of reaction, without being too expensive as it is costly to run high temperatures and to have the equipment needed to maintain high pressures.
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1. You wont need to always refer to it as dynamic, the only question ive seen about it is like what is meant by a dynamic equilibrium or state why it is described as dynamic.
2. compromise temps and pressures are used to increase the yield of product or rate of reaction, without being too expensive as it is costly to run high temperatures and to have the equipment needed to maintain high pressures.
ok thank you!

what was the correct answer for the bit in bold? xx
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ok thank you!

what was the correct answer for the bit in bold? xx
Its only dynamic in reversible reactions because the rate of the forwards and reverse reactions will be the same and occuring at the same time, but double check what mark schemes exactly say for the answer to that
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Its only dynamic in reversible reactions because the rate of the forwards and reverse reactions will be the same and occuring at the same time, but double check what mark schemes exactly say for the answer to that
k thanks!
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