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    Find the Celcius temperature at which the reaction N2O4(g) <-> 2NO2(g) will be in equilibrium when both gasses are present at partial pressures of 1.00 atm.
    DeltaH degree(25 degree C) DeltaGdegree(25 degree C)
    NO2(g) 33.85 KJ/mol 51.8 KJ/mol
    N2O4 9.66 KJ/mol 98.29 KJ/mol.

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    1) Calculate the delta G for the reaction @ 298.15 K:
    2(51.8) - (98.29) = 5.31 kJ

    2) Calculate the delta H for the reaction @ 298.15 K:
    2(33.85) - (9.66) = 58.04 ...

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