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For the reaction , G 257 kJ per mole of CO at 298 K. Find E and the equilibrium constant

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Problem 13-24

For the reaction , G 257 kJ per mole of CO at 298 K. Find E and the equilibrium constant for the reaction.

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Chem 102 Notes: Week 2 Chapter 18: Nuclear Chemistry 1. Nuclear Chemistry and Notation a. Nuclear reactions are written in the format of chemical reactions. b. Nuclide symbols (E) are written to represent a composition of a nuclide. i. ▯▯▯▯▯▯▯▯▯▯▯▯ aka ▯▯▯U c. Atoms are used rather than compounds, d. The equation must be balanced for both mass number and charge 2. 3 types of radioactive particles a. Alpha particles (a): a helium nuclei, b. Beta particles (β): electrons, positive or negatively charged c. Gamma rays (γ): Particles unaffected by magnetic fields, aka high energy photons, leaves in a ray. 3. Alpha and Beta Decay a. Alpha Decay i. An

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Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
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Author: Daniel C. Harris
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For the reaction , G 257 kJ per mole of CO at 298 K. Find E and the equilibrium constant