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The equilibrium constant should be different depending on the conditions such as temperature and pressure, so it does have to do with it a little. In general, all of our calculations involving equilibrium will be at standard conditions unless stated otherwise.
Most chemical experiments occur at STP, or Standard Temperature and Pressure, where the reaction occurs at 25 C (298 K) and 1 atm of atmospheric pressure. The reason for using STP is to allow other scientists to easily reproduce the conditions for the experiment.
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