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For a particular reaction H = -32 kJ and S = -98 J/K.
a.At what temp will the reaction be at equilibrium?
b.If the temperature is increased from the equilibrium temperature what will happen?

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    In the freenergy equation

    G=H+TS set G=0, solve for Temp

    If Temp is increased, G goes more negative, so the reaction goes to completion.

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