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# Calculate the free energy change for the following reaction at 300K Givenand

- 110.8 kJ mol
^{-1}
- 221.5 kJ mol
^{-1}
- 55.4 kJ mol
^{-1}
- 145.6 kJ mol
^{-1}

^{-1}^{-1}^{-1}^{-1}## The correct answer is: 110.8 kJ mol^{-1}

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