Question on Lecture Question 138 on p. 221

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    Sarah
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    Question 138: “Which of the following is true for a reaction, if delta G naught (298) = 0?”

    I do not understand the explanation. I chose A (“The reaction is at equilibrium.”) because if delta G naught = 0, then K = 1, and K = 1 means that the reaction is in equilibrium, right?
    Is the answer explanation saying that K = 1 indicates equilibrium only when delta G = 0, not when delta G naught = 0?

    Thank you in advance!

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