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Posted by david on Monday, April 14, 2008 at 10:13pm.

calculate the equilibrium constant for the reactionas written at 940K.

NH4Cl->NH3+HCl

delta H= NH4Cl -1779, NH3 -46, HCl -92
delta s= NH4Cl - 682,NH3 192,HCl 187

i dont know how to solve for the equilibrium constant without the concentration of the values???

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