At equilibrium, ΔG will always be equal to zero, such that:
Which of the following conditions is always true at equilibrium?
So there are two boxes where I have to sort the choices in. Box number 1 is called True at equilibrium. Box number 2 is called Not necessarily true at equilibrium.
a)ΔG = 0
b)ΔGo = 0
c)ΔG = ΔGo
d)Q = 0
e)ΔGo = 1
f)Q = 1
g)K = 1
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