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17. Given the Ks for the reactions, calculate AG°S. Values given for 298 K.
Kc 50.5
a. H2+ 12g)2 H)
b. 2 NH3(g)N2(9) + 3 H2(g)
c. 2 NO 2(g)
Kc 0.104
Kc 4.72
N204(g)
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Transcribed Image Text:17. Given the Ks for the reactions, calculate AG°S. Values given for 298 K. Kc 50.5 a. H2+ 12g)2 H) b. 2 NH3(g)N2(9) + 3 H2(g) c. 2 NO 2(g) Kc 0.104 Kc 4.72 N204(g)
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