# Problem: Which combination of ∆G◦ and K is possible at standard conditions? 1. ∆G◦ = 99.3 kJ, K = 1.02 2. ∆G◦ = 73.4 J, K = 1.38 × 10 7 3. ∆G◦ = −41.1 kJ, K = 0.971 4. ∆G◦ = −33.3 J, K = 1.01  5. ∆G◦ = −44.6 J, K = 5.62 × 10 −18

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Which combination of ∆G◦ and K is possible at standard conditions?

1. ∆G = 99.3 kJ, K = 1.02

2. ∆G = 73.4 J, K = 1.38 × 10 7

3. ∆G = −41.1 kJ, K = 0.971

4. ∆G = −33.3 J, K = 1.01

5. ∆G= −44.6 J, K = 5.62 × 10 −18

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