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Solution: For the reaction: 2C(graphite) + H2(g) → C2H2(g) ΔG° = +209.2kJ at 25°C. If P(H2) = 100 atm, and P(C2H2) = 0.10 atm, calculate ΔG for reaction. A. +192.1 kJ B. +266.3 kJ C. -16.9 kJ D. +207.8 kJ E. +17.3 kJ    

Problem

For the reaction:

2C(graphite) + H2(g) → C2H2(g)

ΔG° = +209.2kJ at 25°C. If P(H2) = 100 atm, and P(C2H2) = 0.10 atm, calculate ΔG for reaction.

A. +192.1 kJ
B. +266.3 kJ
C. -16.9 kJ
D. +207.8 kJ
E. +17.3 kJ