# What is the value of the equilibrium constant at 655 K for each of the following reactions?

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#2NO_2(g)harrN_2O_4(g)#

#Br_2(g)+Cl_2(g)harr2BrCl(g)#

I figured out how to calculate #DeltaG^0# using #DeltaH^0# and #DeltaS^0# , but I am unable to determine the value for #DeltaG# because it is not at STP. Do I just plug in #DeltaG^0# to the #-RTlnK# equation to find the value of K, or do I have to adjust something for its not being at STP?

I figured out how to calculate

Yes! You're correct, I'll do the first one.

I did that per the usual method using a table in my text.

This is reasonable because, I did a quick check and noticed this reaction has favorable enthalpy but unfavorable entropy. Thus, it will be nonspontaneous at high temperatures. Thus, not much product will form relative to standard conditions.

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