Problem: An equilibrium-controlled reaction will yield predominantly: A) the more/most stable product. B) the product whose formation requires the smallest free energy of activation. C) the product that can be formed in the fewest steps. D) the product that is formed at the fastest rate. E) the product which possesses the greatest potential energy.

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An equilibrium-controlled reaction will yield predominantly:

A) the more/most stable product.

B) the product whose formation requires the smallest free energy of activation.

C) the product that can be formed in the fewest steps.

D) the product that is formed at the fastest rate.

E) the product which possesses the greatest potential energy.

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