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Consider the following reaction:
I2(g) + Cl2(g) 2ICl(g) o

Kp = 81.9 at 25 C.
Calculate ∆Grxn for the reaction at 25 C under each of the following conditions:
a Standard conditions.
b At equilibrium.
c PICl = 2.55 atm; PI2 = 0.325 atm; PCl2 = 0.221 atm.

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    a.
    dG = -RTlnK

    b.
    dG = 0 at equlibrium

    c.
    Are these equilibrium pressures, initial pressures, or some other point?

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