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Suppose the ΔGof, ΔHof, and ΔSo are available and valid at 298 K. Which equation(s) could be used to calculate the change in Gibbs Energy if all product and reactant concentrations (pressures) are 1 M (1 atm) and the temperature is 298 K? Choose all that apply.
ΔGo=ΔHoTΔSo
ΔG=ΔGoRT ln Q
ΔGo= RT ln K
ΔGo=ΣΔGof(products) ΣΔGof(reactants)
o=Knot
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