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Using Q is for when the reaction is not at equilibrium. So then you would use both the result from when the reaction at equilibrium found from ∆G˚= -RTlnK and the value of RTlnQ. Professor Lavelle went over the equation at the end of lecture on Friday before the Van't Hoff equation if you would like to see how it is derived.
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