How to derive equation for K? (14.35)


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Chris Gris 3I
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How to derive equation for K? (14.35)

Postby Chris Gris 3I » Tue Feb 09, 2016 3:40 pm

How is the equation used in problem 14.35 derived? Or where did it come from? The equation is ln k=nFE/RT

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Re: How to derive equation for K? (14.35)

Postby SubparChemist » Tue Feb 09, 2016 7:08 pm

Chapter 11, Section 11: Temperature and Equilibrium.

Page 451 show's how it was derived in the greenbox, bottom right hand hand corner.


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