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Which of the following statements is true? A. Chemical reaction rates vary with the conditions of the reaction, but nuclear decay rates do not. B. Nuclear decay rates vary with the conditions
of the reaction, but chemical reaction rates do not. C. Both chemical reaction rates and nuclear decay rates vary with the conditions of the reaction. D. Neither chemical reaction rates nor nuclear decay rates vary with the conditions of the reaction
A. Chemical reaction rates vary with the conditions of the reaction, but nuclear decay rates do not.
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