Which statement below is true about the standard Gibbs energy -33.3kJ at 25°C for the reaction.
N2 (g) + 3 H2 (g) → 2 NH3 (g) ΔG° = -33.3kJ
a. ΔG° corresponds to 1 atm of N 2 reaction with 3 atm of H2 to form 2 atm of NH 3.
b. ΔG° corresponds to 1 atm of N 2 reaction with 1 atm of H2 to form 2 atm of NH 3.
c. ΔG° corresponds to 1 atm of each N 2, H2, and NH3 reacting to 100% completion.
d. ΔG° corresponds to 1 atm of each N 2, H2, and NH3 reacting until equilibrium is established.
e. None of the above are true.
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