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No, the concentration of reactants and products do not have to be the same. However, at equilibrium, the net change of reactants and products is 0. Although reactions are still occurring, the rate of the forward and backward reactions are equal.
The concentration of the products and reactants do not have to be the same at equilibrium. The concentration of products does not change at equilibrium, and the concentration of reactants does not change at equilibrium too.
The concentration of the reactants and products are not necessarily the same; they are just at specific concentrations that allow the reaction to be at equilibrium where both the reaction and reverse reaction occur at an equal rate.
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