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    Consider the reaction CO(g) + 2 H2(g) <-> CH3)H(l) at 25 degree C.
    Change Gdegree(CO) =-137.3 KJ/mol
    change Gdegree (CH3OH)= 166.3 KJ/mol
    change in Hdegree (CO) = -110.5 KJ/mol
    change in Hdegree (CH3OH) = 238.7 KJ/mol
    Sdegree (CO) = 197.9 J/K x mol
    Sdegree (CH3OH)= 126.8 J/K x mol

    Calculate Sdegree(H2(g))
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    delta G reaction = change in Gdegree (CH3OH) - change in Gdegree (CO)
    = 166.3 -(-137.3) = 303.6 KJ/mol
    delta H reaction = ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution provides calculations of free energy, entropy, and enthalpy for the reaction between carbon monoxide and hydrogen.