# Problem: If a reaction has ∆H = −125 kJ/mol and an activation energy of 72.8 kJ/mol, what is the activation energy for the reverse reaction?   a) −52.2 kJ/mol b) 72.8 kJ/mol c) 52.2 kJ/mol d) 198 kJ/mol e) 125 kJ/mol

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If a reaction has ∆H = −125 kJ/mol and an activation energy of 72.8 kJ/mol, what is the activation energy for the reverse reaction?

a) −52.2 kJ/mol

b) 72.8 kJ/mol

c) 52.2 kJ/mol

d) 198 kJ/mol

e) 125 kJ/mol

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