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Ch.22 - Chemistry of the Nonmetals
Ch.23 - Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds

Solution: Which of the following reactions would have the smallest value of K at 298 K?   A) A + B       →       C;                E°cell = +1.22 V B) A + 2B     →       C;               E°cell = +0.98 V C)

Problem

Which of the following reactions would have the smallest value of K at 298 K?

 

A) A + B       →       C;                E°cell = +1.22 V

B) A + 2B     →       C;               E°cell = +0.98 V

C) A + B      →      2 C;              E°cell = -0.030 V

D) A + B      →       3 C;             E°cell = +0.15 V

E) None of the above.