Problem: When can Q > K but ΔG = 0? a) When the reaction is going forwards after being equilibriumb) When the reaction is going backward towards equilibrium c) For an every endothermic reaction when Q = K d) When the reaction is going backward after being at equilibrium e) never

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When can Q > K but ΔG = 0? 

a) When the reaction is going forwards after being equilibrium

b) When the reaction is going backward towards equilibrium 

c) For an every endothermic reaction when Q = K 

d) When the reaction is going backward after being at equilibrium 

e) never

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