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Problem: The diagram shows the free energy change of the reaction A(g) + B(g) ⇌ C(g).The reaction progress starts on the left with pure reactants, A and B each at 1 atm and moves to pure product, C, also at 1 atm on the right. Place the statements in the appropriate place on the diagram.spontaneousnonspontaneousQ< KQ> KQ= K

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At Equilibrium: 

Q (reaction quotient) = K (equilibrium constant)

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The diagram shows the free energy change of the reaction A(g) + B(g) ⇌ C(g).

The reaction progress starts on the left with pure reactants, A and B each at 1 atm and moves to pure product, C, also at 1 atm on the right. Place the statements in the appropriate place on the diagram.

spontaneous
nonspontaneous
Q< K
Q> K
Q= K

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