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Which statement describes a chemical reaction at equilibrium?

A. The forward reaction happens slightly faster than the reverse reaction.
B. The reaction has stopped because all reactants have been used up.
C. The forward reaction happens at the same rate as the reverse reaction.
D. The reaction has stopped until a stress is applied to the system.

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  1. Equilibrium is reached when the forward reaction rate equals the reverse reaction rate.

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  2. C is right

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