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Which of the following experimental conditions describe a reaction which is kinetically controlled?

These conditions do not describe kinetic control.

ΔG = -100 kJ/molrxn; there is no observable reaction when reactants are mixed.

ΔG = +100 kJ/molrxn; there is no observable reaction when reactants are mixed.

ΔG = +100 kJ/molrxn; the reaction proceeds rapidly when reactants are mixed.

ΔG = -100 kJ/molrxn; the reaction proceeds rapidly when reactants are mixed.

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    I know it's not these two.

    ΔG = +100 kJ/molrxn; the reaction proceeds rapidly when reactants are mixed.



    ΔG = -100 kJ/molrxn; the reaction proceeds rapidly when reactants are mixed.

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