Problem: What is the value of the equilibrium constant K, for a reaction for which ΔG ° is equal to -5.20 kJ at 50 °C? a) 0.144 b) 0.287 c) 6.93 d) 86.4

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What is the value of the equilibrium constant K, for a reaction for which Δ° is equal to -5.20 kJ at 50 °C?

a) 0.144

b) 0.287

c) 6.93

d) 86.4

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