Definition of dynamic equilibrium in English:

dynamic equilibrium

Line breaks: dy|nam¦ic equi|lib¦rium


  • A state of balance between continuing processes.
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    • He apparently thought that there must be some sort of dynamic process or dynamic equilibrium transmitted from generation to generation.
    • The conductance reached a steady state after each addition, indicating a dynamic equilibrium between avicin in solution and in the membrane.
    • As a result, ozone is an unstable molecule that exists in a dynamic equilibrium of formation and destruction.

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