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What is the difference between equilibrium and equilibria? The singular is equilibrium and the plural equilibria. The plural equilibriums is also legitimate. **An equilibrium is a state of balance between two or more opposing forces or influences**. So equilibria should be several states of such balance.

Similarly, How do you find the equilibria? Determine if each equilibrium solution is stable or unstable. To find equilibrium solutions we **set the differential equation equal to 0 and solve for y**. so the equilibrium solutions are y = 0 and y = 1. is positive, which means the slopes on the slope field will be positive when y > 1.

Besides What is acid base equilibria? **Acids and bases have a chemical equilibrium in solution**. At chemical equilibrium, the products and reactants have reached a state of balance.

**What is the purpose of equilibrium?**

A reversible chemical reaction is one in which the products, as soon as they are formed, react to produce the original reactants. At equilibrium, **the two opposing reactions go on at equal rates, or velocities, and hence there is no net change in the amounts of substances involved**.

**What are the equilibria for the differential equation?**

When having a differential equation we say the solution is an equilibrium solution if **the derivative of it with respect to the independent value is equal to zero**. This means the slope of the tangent line of the function is horizontal, balanced and so it has a zero value of inclination.

**Is a saddle point stable or unstable?**

As the eigenvalues are real and of opposite signs, we get a saddle point, which is an **unstable equilibrium point**.

**How many equilibrium points are there?**

There are **three equilibrium points** in the system of (4.41); two are stable, and one is unstable. In the nonlinear dynamics literature, an equilibrium point is also called a singularity point.

**Does equilibrium favor the weaker acid?**

Key things to remember for acid-base reactions: The stronger the acid the lower the pKa value. **Equilibrium favors the side of the weaker acid**.

**What does adding a strong acid do to equilibrium?**

Adding Strong acid adds H^{+} : 0.002L x 1.0 mol/L = 0.002 moles added. So **the equilibrium is shifted to the left, back towards the weak acid**.

**How does acid affect equilibrium?**

If hydrochloric acid was added to the equilibrium mixture, both hydrogen ions (H ^{+}) and chloride ions (Cl ^{–}) are being added. Hydrogen ions are on the right hand side of the equilibrium, therefore **the equilibrium will shift to the left hand side to compensate, resulting in a higher concentration of reactants**.

**Does equilibrium favor reactants or products?**

The equilibrium constant expression is a mathematical relationship that shows how the concentrations of the products vary with the concentration of the reactants. **If the value of K is greater than 1, the products in the reaction are favored**. If the value of K is less than 1, the reactants in the reaction are favored.

**What is an example of equilibrium?**

Some everyday examples of equilibrium include: **a car at rest at a stop sign**, a car moving at a constant speed, two people balancing on a see-saw, two objects at equal temperature, two objects with the same charge density and the population of a species staying the same.

**How does a free market move from disequilibrium to equilibrium?**

Whenever markets experience imbalances—creating disequilibrium prices, surpluses, and shortages—**market forces drive prices toward equilibrium**. A surplus exists when the price is above equilibrium, which encourages sellers to lower their prices to eliminate the surplus.

**What do you mean by asymptotic stability?**

Asymptotic stability means that **solutions that start close enough not only remain close enough but also eventually converge to the equilibrium**. Exponential stability means that solutions not only converge, but in fact converge faster than or at least as fast as a particular known rate .

**Where can I find Nullclines?**

Geometrically, these are the points where the vectors are either straight up or straight down. **Alge- braically, we find the x-nullcline by solving f(x, y)=0**. points where the vectors are horizontal, going either to the left or to the right. Algebraically, we find the y-nullcline by solving g(x, y)=0.

**Does the pair of equilibria produced by a saddle node bifurcation have to consist of one that is stable and one that is unstable?**

This bifurcation is called a saddle-node bifurcation. In it, a pair of hyperbolic equilibria, **one stable and one unstable**, coalesce at the bifurcation point, annihilate each other and disappear.

**How do you find a saddle point?**

If D>0 and fxx(a,b)<0 f x x ( a , b ) < 0 then there is a relative maximum at (a,b) . **If D<0 then the point (a,b) is a saddle point**. If D=0 then the point (a,b) may be a relative minimum, relative maximum or a saddle point. Other techniques would need to be used to classify the critical point.

**What is saddle point?**

Definition of saddle point

1 : **a point on a curved surface at which the curvatures in two mutually perpendicular planes are of opposite signs** — compare anticlastic. 2 : a value of a function of two variables which is a maximum with respect to one and a minimum with respect to the other.

**What is equilibrium price?**

An equilibrium price, also known as a market-clearing price, is **the consumer cost assigned to some product or service such that supply and demand are equal, or close to equal**.

**How do you prove equilibrium points?**

The stability of equilibrium points is determined by the general theorems on stability. So, **if the real eigenvalues (or real parts of complex eigenvalues) are negative, then the equilibrium point is asymptotically stable**. Examples of such equilibrium positions are stable node and stable focus.

**What is an unstable equilibrium point?**

An object is in unstable equilibrium if, **when a disturbing force is applied, the centre of gravity is lowered and the object moves away from its original position**.

**Is NH2 a strong base?**

The conj. base of NH3 acting as an acid is NH2^-. This makes NH2^- **a strong base**.

**What does a high pKa mean?**

The pKa scale as an index of proton availability. Low pKa means a proton is not held tightly. pKa can sometimes be so low that it is a negative number! High pKa means **a proton is held tightly**.

**Does equilibrium favor stronger acid?**

In an equilibrium-controlled acid–base reaction, **the equilibrium position always favours the formation of the weaker acid and the weaker base**. This is because the weaker acid and the weaker base are the most stable species due to their lower potential energies.