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In general an equation like the above must be written for all possible third bodies (colliding species X). Thermodynamic equilibrium prevails when the species concentrations are no longer changing with time and are related by the classical equilibrium constant (d[nA2]/dt can be zero for other reasons: slow reactions, 48 E. L. Resler, Jr. ). So putting d[nA2]/dt = 0 and if  = e (e is the equilibrium value) one finds W * r e c = [lA]c/[rtA2]e = ^üe a i l d K Ue = K Ue^ ^ where Ke is the equilibrium constant expressed in terms of the molar concentrations.
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