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I don't know if it is always true, because there are probably conditions that can be altered that can affect which type of product predominates at a certain temperature given other factors like catalysts, concentrations, pressure, etc. But I think that it generally applies for most cases that at low temperatures, the reactions are predominated by kinetic control given the low Ea that leads to a faster rate constant.
Yes. At a lower temperature, kinetics is the main control. At a higher temperature, thermodynamics is the main control.
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