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# For the following reaction, find Q for the conditions Indicated 298 K). If ∆G0 is 20.2...

For the following reaction, find Q for the conditions Indicated 298 K). If ∆G0 is 20.2 kJ/mol, is this reaction at equilibrium?

2 A + B → C

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