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RohanGupta1G wrote:Erxn is Estandard at equilibrium. Q=1 at equilibrium. This checks out mathematically using the equation Estandard=Erxn+rt/nf lnq. if q=1, then lnq=0 and Erxn=Estandard
I'm probably about 50% confident in my claim here but I feel like Q doesn't always have to equal 1 at equilibrium. Doesn't it just have to equal K? And K definitely does not have to equal 1. I'm just a little confused about what the original question is asking.
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