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How does deltaG° relate to K for a reaction?

A. When deltaG° > 0, K < 1 and products are favored.
B. When deltaG° < 0, K > 1 and products are favored.
C. When deltaG° < 0, K < 1 and reactants are favored.
D. When deltaG° > 0, K > 1 and reactants are favored.

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