Chemical Equilibrium

Accumulation– the process of gathering or collecting.

Attain (verb), Attainment (noun) –  to reach or achieve something.

Coefficient– a numerical measure of a specific quality.

Composition – describes the contents or ingredients of something, the way in which different components are joined together. (Root Word: Com- = together. Examples:  communicate, commit,).

Concentration – In Science, a measure of the amount of a substance in a solution.

Denote (verb), Denoted – to indicate or be a sign of.

Deplete (verb), Depletion (noun) – reduction of something through use or consumption. ( Root Word: De- = motion, away from, in, out of, e.g., delaminate, desecrate, descend, detonate).

Dissociate

1. to separate out from.

2. to break down the molecules of a single compound to form multiple molecules.  (Root Word: Dis- = apart. Examples; disconnect, disgrace, distrust).

Dynamic – describing the force or energy that results in activity or movement.

Equilibrium – where all opposing forces are equal producing a state of balance and stability. (Root Word: Equi- = equal, e.g. equidistant, equipoise).

Interact – describes the mutual action and reaction of objects or people.

Minimize – reducing something to the smallest possible size.

Proportion (noun),  Proportional (adjective) – the relative size or quantity of the parts.

Propose – to suggest or put up for discussion or analysis.

Quotient -- the sum given by the division of one number by another.

Respective – a word that connects the described object with its subject.

Stoichiometric – a measurable relationship between the reactants in a reaction and the products.

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