attempts to standardise and attempts individualise. if i could i would write them in a equilibruim equation for chemistry exams and calculate the change in energy for the two sides of the equation to reach a balance.then again, maybe i wont want to relive the horrific memories of writing chemical equations and drawing energy charts and utilise Hess' Law. should i then allow one side of the equilibrium to tip off the scale like the see-saw? well in the case of this enclosed system, i believe it can reach a dynamic equilibrium.
*Note to self: Chemistry is useful.