Le Chatelier law

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Le Cha·te·li·er law

(lĕ chah-tel-ē-ā'),
if external factors such as temperature and pressure disturb a system in equilibrium, adjustment occurs in such a way that the effect of the disturbing factors is reduced to a minimum.

Le Cha·te·lier law

(lĕ-shah-tel-yā' law)
If external factors such as temperature and pressure disturb a system in equilibrium, adjustment occurs in such a way that the effect of the disturbing factors is reduced to a minimum.

Le Chatelier,

Henri, French physical chemist, 1850-1936.
Le Chatelier law - if external factors such as temperature and pressure disturb a system in equilibrium, adjustment occurs in such a way that the effect of the disturbing factors is reduced to a minimum. Synonym(s): Le Chatelier principle
Le Chatelier principle - Synonym(s): Le Chatelier law