Question This a College board question in entropy I would be blessed if you have it (c) Although the reaction is thermodynamically favorable at 298 K, it does not occur to an observable extent at this temperature. Explain how the N EN band enthalpy affects the rate of the reaction B 7 y XX, 5 ca 0/10000 Word (d) The reaction is usually carried out at a very high temperature in the presence of a catalyst. Explain why the reaction is thermodynamically unfavorable at very high temperatures. Justify your answer in terms of AH'AS, and their effect on AG (c) Although the reaction is thermodynamically favorable at 298 K, it does not occur to an observable extent at this temperature. Explain how the NEN bond enthalpy affects the rate of the reaction B 1 Xx, 5 c 0/10000 Word (d) The reaction is usually carried out at a very high temperature in the presence of a catalyst. Explain why the reaction is thermodynamically unfavorable at very high temperatures. Justify your answer in terms of AH', ASand their effect on AG Nag) + 3H22 22 NH 3 g) A4 -42.24mot. A +18 19 la calculate the value of the Standard free changy callinge Abony for the reaction

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Transcribed Image Text: This a College board question in entropy I would be blessed if you have it Transcribed image text: (c) Although the reaction is thermodynamically favorable at 298 K, it does not occur to an observable extent at this temperature. Explain how the N EN band enthalpy affects the rate of the reaction B 7 y XX, 5 ca 0/10000 Word (d) The reaction is usually carried out at a very high temperature in the presence of a catalyst. Explain why the reaction is thermodynamically unfavorable at very high temperatures. Justify your answer in terms of AH'AS, and their effect on AG (c) Although the reaction is thermodynamically favorable at 298 K, it does not occur to an observable extent at this temperature. Explain how the NEN bond enthalpy affects the rate of the reaction B 1 Xx, 5 c 0/10000 Word (d) The reaction is usually carried out at a very high temperature in the presence of a catalyst. Explain why the reaction is thermodynamically unfavorable at very high temperatures. Justify your answer in terms of AH', ASand their effect on AG Nag) + 3H22 22 NH 3 g) A4 -42.24mot. A +18 19 la calculate the value of the Standard free changy callinge Abony for the reaction
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Transcribed Image Text: This a College board question in entropy I would be blessed if you have it Transcribed image text: (c) Although the reaction is thermodynamically favorable at 298 K, it does not occur to an observable extent at this temperature. Explain how the N EN band enthalpy affects the rate of the reaction B 7 y XX, 5 ca 0/10000 Word (d) The reaction is usually carried out at a very high temperature in the presence of a catalyst. Explain why the reaction is thermodynamically unfavorable at very high temperatures. Justify your answer in terms of AH'AS, and their effect on AG (c) Although the reaction is thermodynamically favorable at 298 K, it does not occur to an observable extent at this temperature. Explain how the NEN bond enthalpy affects the rate of the reaction B 1 Xx, 5 c 0/10000 Word (d) The reaction is usually carried out at a very high temperature in the presence of a catalyst. Explain why the reaction is thermodynamically unfavorable at very high temperatures. Justify your answer in terms of AH', ASand their effect on AG Nag) + 3H22 22 NH 3 g) A4 -42.24mot. A +18 19 la calculate the value of the Standard free changy callinge Abony for the reaction
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c) It is given that reaction proceeds at lower extent at  298K for decomposition of N2. It is because allu200bu200bu200bu200b N2 is triple and it's very strong ,hence all molecule of N2 require very high amount of energy to get decomposed. The second reason may be that it is initially in gaseous state but after decomposition it may get convert into solid or liquid,hence it is not entropy favourable. d)It is given that reaction is carried out at ... See the full answer