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H° = 565 kJ and S° = -11.1 J/K
Calculate G° at 25°C for this reaction.

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    Use the Gibbs Free Energy Equation:
    ;where ^ represents Delta.
    Plug in the values and you are done!
    Remember to convert 25C to Kelvin.

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