Equilibrium

 

A system is said to be at equilibrium (with respect to some set of feasible transformations) if it has minimal free energy. A system containing objects at different temperatures is in disequilibrium, because heat flow can reduce the free energy. Springs have equilibrium lengths, reactants and products in solution have equilibrium concentrations, thermally excited systems have equilibrium probabilities of occupying various states, and so forth.

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