reversible reaction

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reversible reaction

A chemical reaction which can proceed in either direction. It does not reach completion but achieves dynamic equilibrium.
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Similarly the lesion after periodontal treatment results in irreversible reaction in pulp tissue also requires endodontic treatment.
After exposure, the beads undergo an irreversible reaction that increases their fluorescence.
The maximum apparent activation energy value for all processes is about 1035 kJ/mol, which approximately equals the sum of the apparent activation energy of the irreversible reaction and the enthalpy of the reversible reaction.
Beyond 3 volts, the metal reactants began undergoing irreversible reactions, which would have prevented the battery from performing a full recharge cycle.
The removal process is divided into rapid and slow irreversible reactions and well suited to describe the extraction.