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During a chemical reaction, if Q = K, what can be said about the reaction? A. The reaction proceeds in the direction of the products. B. The amount of product is always equal to the amount of reactant. C. No additional reaction occurs, since the system is at equilibrium. D. The reaction still proceeds in both directions, but the net result is that the reactant and product concentrations do not change.

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  1. vera_ewing
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    @rvc @Hoslos

  2. rvc
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    D?

  3. anonymous
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    Surely saying that Q=K means certain quantity is the same for both reactants and products. So we are left with B and D.... I would agree with rvc@.

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    Thanks!

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