Worksheet 13 answers 1. done in class 2. 103 kJ/mol (from Kp = 9.55E19) 3. delta G = 131 kJ, Kp = 1.1E23 4. 1.6 E11 5. 334 K for the bp of bromine 6. high temps will cause the reaction to be spontaneous (the T deltaS term will be larger, and negative) 7. calculate K from std. delta G, K = 8.9. Calculate Q from pressures, Q = 9.6. Since K<Q, rxn goes left. or calculate delta G nonstd, = 200 J, since this is positive the reaction is nonspontaneous in forward direction 8. 70 kJ 9. 3.6 E24, big negative delta G means a huge value of K! 
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