Chemistry

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What is true about a system in chemical equilibrium?

No reactants remain in the system.

There are no products in the system.

The amount of product equals the amount of reactant.

The amount of reactant changes, but over time remains about the same.

  1. DrBob222

    The last one is the closest to being correct.

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