Equilibrium

Another word for balance. In magick and in philosophy extremes tend to yield unwanted results where balance yields enlightenment, growth and peace.

equilibrium

(Learning Modules / Mathematics / Beam calculations) A state where the forces on the object are balanced in every direction. A body in 'static' equilibrium will neither move nor rotate

equilibrium

(e″kwĭ-lib´re-әm) harmonious adjustment of different elements or parts; called also balance. a state of chemical balance in the body, reached when the tissues contain the proper proportions of various salts and water. See also acid-base balance and fluid balance. sense of equ...
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equilibrium

(from the article `international payment and exchange`) Commercial banks and other corporations involved in dealings across currency frontiers are usually able to see some (but not necessarily all) of ... ...producers will supply dependent on their costs of production, the prices of productive services, and the level of technical knowle...
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equilibrium

(from the article `thermodynamics`) A particularly important concept is thermodynamic equilibrium, in which there is no tendency for the state of a system to change spontaneously. For ... The equilibrium properties of electrolyte solutions can be studied experimentally by electrochemical measurements, freezing-point depressions, ... ...
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Equilibrium

• (n.) Equality of weight or force; an equipoise or a state of rest produced by the mutual counteraction of two or more forces. • (n.) A level position; a just poise or balance in respect to an object, so that it remains firm; equipoise; as, to preserve the equilibrium of the body. • (n.) A balancing of the mind between motives or re...
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Equilibrium

[puzzle] Equilibrium, also known as `Equi-librium` is an interlocking puzzle in the shape of a sphere. Copyrighted in 1974 by Reiss Games, Inc., it consists of 6 closed arch pieces, 5 of which have pegs on their straight center. The two pegs block the other pieces from being shifted back or forth, only the sixth piece is different having on...
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Equilibrium

[seaQuest 2032] `Equilibrium` is the seventh aired episode of seaQuest 2032`s third season and eighth produced overall. It was originally shown on November 15, 1995. The episode features the return of Nathan Bridger who left the series after `Brave New World.` Quick Overview: Upon discovering a viral outbreak caused by a rescue mission moun...
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Equilibrium

E`qui·lib'ri·um noun ; plural English Equilibriums , Latin Equilibria . [ Latin aequilibrium , from aequilibris in equilibrium, level; aequus equal + libra balance. See Equal , and Librate .] 1. Equality of weight or force; a...
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Equilibrium

1. A state of balance between offsetting forces for change, so that no change occurs. 2. In competitive markets, equality of quantity supplied and quantity demanded.
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Equilibrium

A balanced condition resulting from two opposing reactions.
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equilibrium

a balanced condition resulting from two opposing reactions.
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Equilibrium

A dynamic condition of balance between atomic movements, where the resultant is zero and the condition appears to be one of rest rather than change.
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equilibrium

A stable situation in which products and reactants are balanced
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equilibrium

A stable situation in which products and reactants are balanced.
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equilibrium

A stable state in which forces acting on a particle or object cancel each other out, resulting in no net force. While thought of as a state of balance or rest, an object with constant velocity is also said to be in equilibrium. The concept originated in ancient Greece when Archimedes experimented ...
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Equilibrium

A state in which opposing forces are exactly balanced.
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Equilibrium

A state of a system that, if not subjected to perturbation, will remain unchanged.
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Equilibrium

A state of balance - i.e. a situation where there is no tendency for change.
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Equilibrium

A state of balance. A condition in which opposing activities are balanced so that no overall change in state occurs.
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Equilibrium

A system in which the rates of the forward and the reverse reaction are equal.
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equilibrium

Balance A condition in which no further net change is occuring in a system, and free energy is minimimal. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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equilibrium

constant the ratio of concentrations of products to reactants for a reaction at chemical equilibrium.
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equilibrium

equalibrium, equilibrium 1. A physical state or sense of being able to maintain bodily balance. 2. The ability to maintain a mental state of calmness and composure. 3. A state or situation in which opposing forces or factors balance each and stability is attained. 4. In a physical sense: The condition of equal balance between opposing forces; that ...
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Equilibrium

Equilibrium describes the average condition of a system, as measured through one of its elements or attributes, over a specific period of time.
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