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Postby Ju-Wei Wang 1I » Sat Feb 10, 2018 3:14 pm

During discussion, we did this practice problem by using Van't Hoff's equation and the relationship between ∆G = -RTlnK = ∆H - T∆S. We didn't write out all the steps, so I'm a little confused on how to solve for the first K value that would be subsequently substituted into Van't Hoff's equation. Can someone explain how to obtain that value given the temperature of 37 degrees celcius,the standard change in enthalpy of the reaction is -20 kJ/mol, and the standard change in entropy of the reaction is +34 J/K.mol?

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Re: 11.116

Postby sahiltelang-Discussion 1J » Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:31 am

You can use entropy, enthalpy and temperature to calculate deltaG and then use this value to find the original K using deltaG=-RTln(K). Once K1 is calculated then you can use the Van Hoff equation.

Krupa Prajapati
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Re: 11.116

Postby Krupa Prajapati » Sun Feb 11, 2018 10:02 pm

Hi. To add onto that, the explicit equation we can use is lnK = (delta G)/(-RT) or e^((delta G)/(-RT)). We can then find this answer and plug it into the Van't Hoff's Equation.


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