example 9.16  [ENDORSED]






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example 9.16

Postby Liam Maxwell 2E » Wed Jan 31, 2018 1:08 am

the question asks you to estimate the temperature at which it is thermodynamically possible for a reaction to occur. In the explanation it says when temp is increased there is a point where T= standardH/standardS. However in order for this to be true following the equation StandardG=StandardH-TstandardS wouldn't that mean G is 0 and therefore the equation is at equilibrium and therefore the reaction won't have a net occurence?

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Re: example 9.16  [ENDORSED]

Postby Chem_Mod » Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:54 am

Solving for the point at which is indeed the condition for equilibrium. To be precise, you are solving for this point so you can describe the inequality. It is the > or < that we are interested in. However, to know this, we must first determine the equilibrium temperature as you wrote.


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