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    Arrhenius equation, entropy, enthalpy and Gibbs free energy

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    For the reaction:
    H2 + C2H4 -> C2H6
    In gaseous phase, the pre-exponential factor is 1.24*10^6 [M-1s-1] and the activation energy is 180 kJ/mol. find the entropy, the enthalpy and the gibbs free energy.

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    The solution to the problem is below.

    It requires the Arrhenius equation k = A e (E/RT) where k = rate constant, A = pre-exponential factor, R = gas constant, E = activation energy and T = temperature (in ...

    Solution Summary

    Finding Enthalpy (deltaH), Entropy (deltaS) and Gibbs Free Energy (deltaG) from Activation Energy (Ea) and Frequency Factor (A) of a given reaction.

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