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Solution: Consider the reaction below. A2 (g) + 3 B2 (g) → 2 AB3 (g) A flask is allowed to come to equilibrium at 584 °C, and is found to contain 0.420 atm of A  2; 0.780 atm of B2 and 1.362 atm of AB3. What is the correct value ΔG° for this reaction? a. -156.9 kJ b. -10.8 kJ c. -10.2 kJ d. -15.9 kJ e. -6.9 kJ      

Problem

Consider the reaction below.

A2 (g) + 3 B2 (g) → 2 AB3 (g)

A flask is allowed to come to equilibrium at 584 °C, and is found to contain 0.420 atm of A  2; 0.780 atm of B2 and 1.362 atm of AB3. What is the correct value ΔG° for this reaction?

a. -156.9 kJ

b. -10.8 kJ

c. -10.2 kJ

d. -15.9 kJ

e. -6.9 kJ