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Extent of reaction as function of temperature

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If given the change in entropy and the change in enthalpy, derive an expression for the extent of the reaction as a function of temperature. Please look at the attached diagram for an adequate description.

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?G = ?H - T?S
K = exp(-?G/RT) = [B]/[A]
?(T) = [B]/([A] + ...

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The answer gives an expression for the reaction as a function of temperature, given specified entropy and enthalpy changes. Using exponent properties within a formula, this expression is determined.

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