I have a one I2C master and 14 I2C slave devices connected on the bus.
I want to clarify the order of things that happen on the I2C bus.
Let say the master send an ADDRESS, then all the slave devices will hear, then slave A will respond with ACK since the address matched.
Then master will detect that it got an ACK, and the master begin send some bytes, let's say the master send byte X, Y, and Z to I2C line.
Is it possible that during sending byte X, Y, and Z, if coincidentally byte X, Y, or Z matched one of the other slave address, then that slave will respond it??? For example byte Y coincidentally matched with slave B address, then during the transmit of byte Y slave B too is reponding with ACK, eventhough we expect only slave A that hear it?