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# 31. What is ∆G for a reaction where ∆G° = -4.5 kJ/mol and Q = 4.0...

31. What is ∆G for a reaction where ∆G° = -4.5 kJ/mol and Q = 4.0 at 295 K? (R = 8.314 J/mol ･ K)

∆G=-1100J/mol or -1.1kj/mol

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