# O KINETICS AND EQUILIBRIUMUsing the van't Hoff equation to predict K at a different tempera...-5for a certain reaction.At -8.86 °C the concentration equilibrium constant K4.4 x 10сHere are some facts about the reaction:The net change in moles of gases is 2.OThe initial rate of the reaction is 14. mol LSIf the reaction is run at constant pressure, 106. kJ/mol of heat are absorbed.OYes.x10Using these facts, can you calculate K at 4.5 °C?сXNo.Ifyou said yes, then enter your answer at right. Round it to2 significant digits.ExplanationCheckO 2019 McGraLenovoII Yes.x10Using these facts, can you calculate K at 4.5 °C?CONo.If you said yes, then enter your answer at right. Round it to2 significant digits.Yes, and K will bebiggerIf you said no, can you at least decide whether K atYes, and K will be4.5 °C will be bigger or smaller than K at -8.86 °C?smallerCNo.ExplanationCheckX

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Using the information can you calculate Kc at 4.5 C.  If you said yes enter the answer in second row. If no can you decide whether KC at 4.5 will be bigger or smaller than Kc at - 8.86 help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseO KINETICS AND EQUILIBRIUM Using the van't Hoff equation to predict K at a different tempera... -5 for a certain reaction. At -8.86 °C the concentration equilibrium constant K 4.4 x 10 с Here are some facts about the reaction: The net change in moles of gases is 2. O The initial rate of the reaction is 14. mol L S If the reaction is run at constant pressure, 106. kJ/mol of heat are absorbed. O Yes. x10 Using these facts, can you calculate K at 4.5 °C? с X No. If you said yes, then enter your answer at right. Round it to 2 significant digits. Explanation Check O 2019 McGra Lenovo II fullscreen help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseYes. x10 Using these facts, can you calculate K at 4.5 °C? C ONo. If you said yes, then enter your answer at right. Round it to 2 significant digits. Yes, and K will be bigger If you said no, can you at least decide whether K at Yes, and K will be 4.5 °C will be bigger or smaller than K at -8.86 °C? smaller C No. Explanation Check X fullscreen
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