Problem: If a reaction is reversible, what are the relative amounts of reactant and product at the end of the reaction?A. no reactant; all productB. no product; all reactantC. some product; some reactantD. The relationship between reactants and products cannot be determined

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Reversible reaction → reaches equilibrium

At equilibrium:    rate of the forward reaction = rate of the reverse reaction

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If a reaction is reversible, what are the relative amounts of reactant and product at the end of the reaction?

A. no reactant; all product

B. no product; all reactant

C. some product; some reactant

D. The relationship between reactants and products cannot be determined

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