# equilibrium constant

find eq constant at 910K. CCl4 (g)--> <--CCl4(l)

given: Gf CCl4(g)= -53.7
Gf CCl4(l)= -68.6

G Products - G reactants = Delta G.
Delta G = -RT ln Keq

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