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The equation 2NO2 « N2O4 shows a system A. in chemical equilibrium. B. in physical equilibrium. C. that does not reach equilibrium. D. that does not change.
a. in chemical equilibrium.
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User: The equation 2NO2 « N2O4 shows a system A. in chemical equilibrium. B. in physical equilibrium. C. that does not reach equilibrium. D. that does not change.

Weegy: a. in chemical equilibrium.
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User: Which of the following takes place during a redox reaction? A. Electrons are gained only. B. Electrons are lost only. C. Electrons are both gained and lost. D. Electrons are neither gained nor lost.



Weegy: electrons are both gained and lost simultaneously.
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