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Estimate the temperature where Delta G = 0 for the following reaction (Given: Delta H=-176 and Delta S = -284.5 J/K

NH3 + HCl --> NH4Cl

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    dG = dH - TdS
    You know dG = 0, dH, and dS, solve for T (in kelvin).
    I note you don't have any units for dH but I assume that is -176 kJ/mol. If that is so you will need to convert dS to kJ/mol before you do the calculation.

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