Once you have explained the concept of dynamic equilibrium (as opposed to static equilibrium) it is worth challenging your students by asking them to suggest how it could be shown experimentally that either chemical or physical equilibrium is dynamic and not static. There are several ways in which it could be done but one of the most obvious is to use a radioactive isotope. Although there is no need to mention examples...

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