In physics, equilibrium refers to the state of any object when all forces acting upon it result in zero change of motion for the object. Static equilibrium indicates that the objec...
In chemistry, A dynamic equilibrium exists once a reversible reaction ceases to
change its ratio of reactants/products, but substances move between the ...
Jan 7, 2006 ... What is the difference between static equilibrium and dynamic equilibrium? ...
Static equilibrium is when all forces acting on an object are ...
Does anyone know the difference between dynamic vs static equilibrium?...this
appeared on a few practice mcat questions i took.
Dec 11, 2012 ... Static vs Dynamic Equilibrium Equilibrium is a concept used in a variety of
disciplines, to express a balance between two opposing forces in a ...
Jul 2, 2015 ... 0ne line difference. Static Equilibrium is the equilibrium of a system at rest.
Example:- A building. It is in a state of equilibrium as the forces ...
Apr 14, 2015 ... The main Q you should be answering is what's the difference between dynamic
and static equilibrium?, while instead of elaborating on that part ...
A reaction at dynamic equilibrium can be reversible, whereas a reaction at static
A chair has static equilibrium ... a bicycle has dynamic equilibrium. Dynamic
implies movement while static implies stationary, but that is a bit.
Jan 16, 2013 ... Sense of Equilibrium (pg 8) ... Static equilibrium• Occurs when body is motionless
or moving in a straight line; 6. Static ... Dynamic equilibrium• Occurs when the
body is moving in a rotational or angular direction; 10. Dynamic ...