The concentrations of the reactants and products
The potential energies of the reactants and products
The activation energies of the foward and reverse reactions
The rates of reaction of the foward and reverse reactions
Rate of the foward reaction is greater than the rate of the reverse reaction
Rate of the reverse reaction in greater than the rate of the forward reaction
Concentration of the reactants reaches zero
Concentration of the products remains constant
Remains the same
The temperature changes
The reactant concentration changes
The pressure changes
A catalyst is added
When the forward reaction stops.
The reverse reaction stops.
The concentrations of the reactants and products become equal.
The rates of the forward and reverse reactions become equal.
Increase the rate of the reaction
Increase the concentrations of the products
Favor the endothermic
Favor the exothermic
The potential energy of the reactants increases.
The potential energy of the products increases.
The point of equilibrium is reached more rapidly.
The heat of reaction decreased.