The statements in the tables below are about two different chemical equilibria. The symbols have their usual meaning, for example AG° stands for thestandard Gibbs free energy of reaction and K stands for the equilibrium constant.In each table, there may be one statement that is false because it contradicts the other three statements. If you find a false statement, check the box nextit. Otherwise, check the "no false statements" box under the table.false??statementfalse?XstatementAG°>0In K = 0ΔΗIn K< 0ASOTK> 1AG= 0AHOASO<TK= 1no false statements:no false statements:CheckExplanationTerms of Use2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved.LenovoEscHomeInsertEndFnLockF2F3F1F4F7F5F6F8F9F11F10F12&327+1ILOLL

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And each table there may be one statement that is false because it contradicts the other three statements if you find a false statement check the box next to it otherwise check the no-fault state in box under the table. Please check your answers

The statements in the tables below are about two different chemical equilibria. The symbols have their usual meaning, for example AG° stands for the
standard Gibbs free energy of reaction and K stands for the equilibrium constant.
In each table, there may be one statement that is false because it contradicts the other three statements. If you find a false statement, check the box next
it. Otherwise, check the "no false statements" box under the table.
false?
?
statement
false?
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statement
AG°>0
In K = 0
ΔΗ
In K< 0
ASO
T
K> 1
AG= 0
AHO
ASO<
T
K= 1
no false statements:
no false statements:
Check
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The statements in the tables below are about two different chemical equilibria. The symbols have their usual meaning, for example AG° stands for the standard Gibbs free energy of reaction and K stands for the equilibrium constant. In each table, there may be one statement that is false because it contradicts the other three statements. If you find a false statement, check the box next it. Otherwise, check the "no false statements" box under the table. false? ? statement false? X statement AG°>0 In K = 0 ΔΗ In K< 0 ASO T K> 1 AG= 0 AHO ASO< T K= 1 no false statements: no false statements: Check Explanation Terms of Use 2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved. Lenovo Esc Home Insert End FnLock F2 F3 F1 F4 F7 F5 F6 F8 F9 F11 F10 F12 & 3 2 7 +1I LO LL

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When lnK = 0 then K = 1 and ΔG0 = 0 thus, these statements are correct. And when ΔG0 = 0 then ΔS0 = ΔH...

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