Midterm Winter 2014 Q1D

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Amy_Hoang_1E
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Midterm Winter 2014 Q1D

Postby Amy_Hoang_1E » Mon Feb 13, 2017 6:09 pm

My question is regarding Question 1D for the Winter Midterm 2014 review. Where did they get the K equation from? What was the original equation? I see a very similar equation ( K= A e^-Ea/RT), but I'm confused as to how the Ea is replaced with deltaG.

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Re: Midterm Winter 2014 Q1D

Postby Manpreet Singh 1N » Mon Feb 13, 2017 6:23 pm

Hello,

They used the equation: deltaG=-RTlnK


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