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Q is the reaction quotient and expresses the relative ratio of products to reactants at a given instant. On the other hand, K is the equilibrium constant and is used to calculate the final concentrations at equilibrium for a reaction using an ICE table. If Q and K equal each other, the reaction is at equilibrium.
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