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We are looking for K, which can be found with the equation ΔG = -RTlnK. So first we need to find ΔG. We can do that by using the equation ΔG = ΔH - TΔS. We are given the temperature, but we still need to find ΔH and ΔS in order to find ΔG.
For 11.83, we need to find both delta H and delta S in order to use the formula delta G = delta H - T delta S to find delta G. We are not given the delta G, so we would need to find this. Once you find delta G, you can just use the formula delta G = -RTlnK to find K, the equilibrium constant.
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