noun, plural: equilibriums or equilibria
(1) The condition in which all acting influences are balanced or canceled by equal opposing forces, resulting in a stable system.
(2) The state of balance or static; the absence of net tendency to change.
Equilibrium in biology may refer to the following:
In chemistry, equilibrium may refer to:
In physics, it may refer to:
Word origin: Latin aequilībrium : aequi-, equi- + lībra (balance).
See also: equilibrioception
- Equilibrium constant
- Equilibrium centrifugation
- Equilibrium potential