Le Chatelier's principle

/ (lə ʃæˈtɛljeɪz) /

noun

chem the principle that if a system in chemical equilibrium is subjected to a disturbance it tends to change in a way that opposes this disturbance

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Word Origin for Le Chatelier's principle

C19: named after H. L. Le Chatelier (1850–1936), French chemist

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