# Problem: A reaction at equilibrium has a value of ΔG° = -13.2 kJ/mol at 43.0°C. The value of the equilibrium constant K at this temperature isA. 152B. 1.01C. 1.08 x 1016D. 0.00657E. 9.21 x 10-17

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A reaction at equilibrium has a value of ΔG° = -13.2 kJ/mol at 43.0°C. The value of the equilibrium constant K at this temperature is

A. 152

B. 1.01

C. 1.08 x 1016

D. 0.00657

E. 9.21 x 10-17

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