# what is physical equilibrium? Give two example

It usually means that nothing is moving. That allows you to use the equation Sum of Forces =0 in any direction, usually divided into horizontal (x) and vertical (y) components. Then you can total up all the forces in each direction and solve for the missing force. Also, because the system is not rotating, you can use the Sum of Moments =0. Then you can total the moments and find the unknown one. Doing so often allows you to find an unknown force.

example:-Evaporation vs condensation

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Physical equilibria do not involve changes to the chemical properties of the substances involved. For instance the equilibrium of water vapor with liquid water in a partly filled sealed bottle. It is a physical equilibrium since the water molecules have only changed from liquid to vapor.

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

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Sum of Moments =0. Then you can total the moments and find the unknown one. Doing so often allows you to find an unknown force.

example:-Evaporation vs condensatio

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Physical equilibrium is defied as the equilibrium between the two phases of the same subsatance when the rate of forward and reverse processes are equal
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When equilibrium exists in physical changes.
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for the equilibrium C(s)+CO2(g)=2CO(g) Kp=63atm at 1000 kelvin temp it's at equilibrium Pco=10Pco2 then total pressure at equilibrium is ??
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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

Hope you liked the answer

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

Hope you liked the answer

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

Hope you liked the answer

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

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Class 11 equlibrium chapt...why annhydrous calcium chloride is needed during liquid vapur equlibrium ????
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An equilibrium set up in physical process is called physical equilibrium.
Example;
solid in equilibrium with liquid
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Evaporation and  salt dissolves in water these are examples of physical equilibrium
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A physical equilibrium is a system in which state of matter can change.
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Physical equilibrium is defined as the equilibrium between two phases of the same substance when the rates of forward and reverse processes are equal. Example- The evaporation of liquid water in a closed container is an example of physical equilibrium.
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Ice to water and water to water vapour
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The equilibrium established in physical process. Ex when u put a jug of hot water in a room after sometime its temp decreases but after sometime a constant temp is acheived between system and surrounding . Further no change in temp is observed. Hope it helps.
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Physical equilibrium is defied as the equilibrium between the two phases of the same subsatance when the rate of forward and reverse processes are equal.
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Physical equilibrium is a stage in which if we heat a substance it does not change its temperature but it changes its state . Thus we can say that physical equilibrium is a stage in which a substance changes its state at constant temperature it's also called as latent heat . E.g when a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature . At this even when heating is continued its temperature does not change until the whole solid is converted into liquide
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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..
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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..

Example of physical equilibrium:

When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.

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physical equilibrium states that the equilibrium which develops between different phases or physical properties . In this processes there is no change in chemical composition .. example solid - liquid equilibrium liquid gas equilibrium ...
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An equilibrium set up in physical process is called physical equilibrium.
Example;
solid in equilibrium with liquid
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A physical equilibrium is a system whose physical state does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached while in a chemical equilibrium chemical composition of the system does not change when dynamic equilibrium is reached..
Example of physical equilibrium:
When a solid is heated it starts melting at a certain fixed temperature (melting point). At this stage even when the heating is continued, the temperature does not change until the whole of solid is converted into liquid.
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Ice to water
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but the Indira
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