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A reaction has reached equilibrium when the concentration of reactants and products no longer changes. Reactions are still occurring, but the rate at which reactants become products is equal to the rate at which products become reactants. For example in the reaction , equilibrium has been reached when the rate at which A-->B is equal to the rate at which B-->A, and the concentrations of A and B don't change.
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