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Using any data you can find in the ALEKS Data resource, calculate the quilibrium constant K at 25.0°C for the following reaction.

 

Fe2O3(s)+  3H2(g)→  2Fe(s)+  3H2O(l)

Round your answer to 2 significant digits.

 

delta G of Fe2O3=-742.2 kj/mol

h2=0

Fe=0

H20=-237.1kj/mol

 

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