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Microscopic reversibility is always happening at equilibrium, because at equilibrium the forward and reverse rates are equal to each other. Microscopic reversibility states that at a small, molecular level, there is activity taking place between molecules but this activity cancels each other out (forward and reverse rates being equal to each other) so on the macroscopic level, it seems as if there are no reactions occuring.
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