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How do cells keep chemical reactions from reaching equilibrium?

 

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They use enzymes to force chemical reactions to happen

 

None of these

 

They use the products of chemical reactions as the reactants of other reactions or remove them from the cell

 

They use ATP to drive chemical reactions

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