# Problem: The standard enthalpy and entropy changes of reaction are –30.20 kJ and +9.410 J/K, respectively, and are independent of temperature. Calculate equilibrium constant of the reaction at 250.0  ̊C. a) 1.01 b) 3.15 c) 3.2x103 d) 1.4x106 e) 3.9x108

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The standard enthalpy and entropy changes of reaction are –30.20 kJ and +9.410 J/K, respectively, and are independent of temperature. Calculate equilibrium constant of the reaction at 250.0  ̊C.

a) 1.01

b) 3.15

c) 3.2x103

d) 1.4x106

e) 3.9x108

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