What science is the Châtelier's principle used in?
Le Châtelier's principle can be used to predict the effect of a change in conditions on some chemical equilibria. Any change in status quo prompts an opposing reaction in the responding system. In chemistry, the principle is used to manipulate the outcomes of reversible reactions, often to increase the yield of reactions.
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What serves as a natural "tape recording" of the history of the Earth's magnetic field reversals?
antarctic ice cap