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 constantIn 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 toit. Otherwise, chedk the "no false statements" box under the tablestatementfalse?statementfalse?X 5?In K< 0In K 0K> 1K=1AG°

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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 to
it. Otherwise, chedk the "no false statements" box under the table
statement
false?
statement
false?
X 5?
In K< 0
In K 0
K> 1
K=1
AG° <0
AG 0
ΔΗ ΤΔS.
ΔΗ ΤΔS*
no false statements:
no false statements:
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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 to it. Otherwise, chedk the "no false statements" box under the table statement false? statement false? X 5? In K< 0 In K 0 K> 1 K=1 AG° <0 AG 0 ΔΗ ΤΔS. ΔΗ ΤΔS* no false statements: no false statements: Explanation Check 2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use Pri Lenovo Insert Home End I Esc F11 F12 F9 F10 F8 F7 F6 F5 F4 F2 F3 FnLock F1 & # 7 4 5 3 1 2 II CO LO

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Relation between Gibbs free energy and equilibrium constant is given by:

AG° RTlnk
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AG° RTlnk

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Relation between Gibbs free energy, entropy and enthalpy is given by:

ΔG ΔΗ-TAS
ΔGο
ΤAS
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ΔG ΔΗ-TAS ΔGο ΤAS

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Answer:

The false statement is lnK < 0

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AGo
ΔΗ-ΤS
AGo RTlnK
If k is
0, then K and InK both will be positive, the AG° is negative.(AG° < 0)
K1,2,3...In(1) = 0, In(2) = 0.693 ln(5) =1.609 ... Ink > 0
ΔG ΔΗ-TAS
If AH
TAS, then AG° should less than zero (AG° < 0)
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AGo ΔΗ-ΤS AGo RTlnK If k is 0, then K and InK both will be positive, the AG° is negative.(AG° < 0) K1,2,3...In(1) = 0, In(2) = 0.693 ln(5) =1.609 ... Ink > 0 ΔG ΔΗ-TAS If AH TAS, then AG° should less than zero (AG° < 0)

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