Why is it called dynamic equilibrium?

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Dynamic equilibrium is called dynamic because the forward and reverse reactions are still occurring, however, they are occurring at the different rate.

Dynamic equilibrium is called dynamic because the forward and reverse reactions are still occurring, however, they are occurring at the same rate.

 

asked Jan 30, 2012 in General Chemistry by apush ~Expert~ (552 points)
    

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Choice B is correct:

Dynamic equilibrium is called dynamic because the forward and reverse reactions are still occurring, however, they are occurring at the same rate.
answered Jan 30, 2012 by awesome ~Expert~ (1,479 points)
selected Jan 30, 2012 by apush

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