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    The Le Chatelier’s principle, also known as the principle of equilibrium, states that when a system at equilibrium is subjected to a change in concentration, temperature, pressure, or volume, the system will respond in a way that partially counteracts the effect of the change in order to maintain the equilibrium. In other words, if a system is disturbed from its equilibrium state, it will shift in a direction that reduces the disturbance and helps to restore the equilibrium. This principle is named after the French chemist Henri-Louis Le Chatelier, who first described it in 1884. The principle is widely used in chemistry and chemical engineering to predict the behavior of chemical reactions under different conditions.

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