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Can I please get help with questions D, E, and F please

d. Label the activation energy for each step on the diagram above.
e. Would you expect the equilibrium constant for the reaction above to be greater than 1, less than 1, or
equal to 1?
f. Would you expect the rate-determining step to have an early or a late transition state?
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d. Label the activation energy for each step on the diagram above. e. Would you expect the equilibrium constant for the reaction above to be greater than 1, less than 1, or equal to 1? f. Would you expect the rate-determining step to have an early or a late transition state?

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