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###### 7/0.6 points GVSUChem116v2 17.f.1.PO02_My NotesReaction ProfilesThe following reaction profile is for reaction at 380 K that occurs at constant pressureEnergyReactnisProductsExtent of ReactionThe AHrxn for the reaction -104. kJlmol The Ea for the forward reaction 44.0 kJ/molLabel each nf the followina narts nf the reaction profile (a-d) by matching the names to the regions below: region The transition state region Ea for the reverse reaction region The AH for the reaction Ea for the forward re

7/0.6 points GVSUChem116v2 17.f.1.PO02_ My Notes Reaction Profiles The following reaction profile is for reaction at 380 K that occurs at constant pressure Energy Reactnis Products Extent of Reaction The AHrxn for the reaction -104. kJlmol The Ea for the forward reaction 44.0 kJ/mol Label each nf the followina narts nf the reaction profile (a-d) by matching the names to the regions below: region The transition state region Ea for the reverse reaction region The AH for the reaction Ea for the forward reaction region The AG of the reaction_ The intermediate What is the Ea for the reverse reaction? How many steps are involved in this reaction? Answer with number not wora

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