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A good epigram should be written in words that are memorable, and sometimes surprising or satirical statement.
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At equilibrium, a. all reactions have ceased. b. only the forward reaction continues. c. only the reverse reaction continues. d. both the forward and reverse reactions continue.
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At equilibrium, both the forward and reverse reactions continue.
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