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Regarding the reaction, the van’t Hoff equation is basically just telling us that an increase in temperature favors the formation of products if it’s an endothermic reaction, and it favors the formation of reactants if it’s exothermic. Page 433 of the textbook explains this more thoroughly!
The equation represents the relationship between the equilibrium constant and the thermodynamic properties enthalpy, temperature, and entropy. This means that we can observe how K changes based on a change in temperature, enthalpy, or entropy.
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