Problem: For the decomposition of ammonia to nitrogen and hydrogen, the equilibrium constant is 1.47 x 10-6 at 298 K. Calculate the temperature at which K = 0.01. For reaction, ΔH° = 92.38 kJ • mol-1.1. 390 K2. 59 K3. 117 K4. 241 K5. 468 K     

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For the decomposition of ammonia to nitrogen and hydrogen, the equilibrium constant is 1.47 x 10-6 at 298 K. Calculate the temperature at which K = 0.01. For reaction, ΔH° = 92.38 kJ • mol-1.

1. 390 K

2. 59 K

3. 117 K

4. 241 K

5. 468 K

  


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