When the stabilized state of an equilibrium system is altered, further chemical reactions begin until a new equilibrium is reached.
a. True
b. False?


The answer is a. True. This is also known as the Le Chatelier's principle or The Equilibrium Law which states that if a chemical reaction is at equilibrium and then experiences changes in the condition of the reaction such as changes in concentration, pressure, or temperature of products or reactants, the system will naturally shift to achieve a new equilibrium state.

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