Problem: The evaporation of one mole of water at 298 K has a standard free energy change of 8.58 kJ.H2O(l) ⇌ H2O(g)         ΔG°298 = 8.58 kJ(b) Determine the equilibrium constant, K P, for this physical process.

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The evaporation of one mole of water at 298 K has a standard free energy change of 8.58 kJ.

H2O(l) ⇌ H2O(g)         ΔG°298 = 8.58 kJ

(b) Determine the equilibrium constant, K P, for this physical process.

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