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THE EQUILIBRIUM CONSTANT FOR A REACTION IS 2.48 AT 25 DEGREES CELSIUS. WHAT IS THE VALUE OF ΔG°(KJ)AT THIS TEMPERATURE? (R=8.314 J/K mol)

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