1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Organic life is based on complex organic molecules formed from smaller ones during a long evolution. Using data in Appendix 2, investigate one such reaction: 2 C2H6 (g) → C4H10 (g) + H2 (g) (a) Calculate ∆rH and ∆rS for such a reaction under standard conditions (Po = 1 bar, To = 298 K). Is there a temperature, TH, for which the reaction is neither endo- nor exothermic – calculate it? - I did this already - The ∆rH = 43.7kJ/mol which is needed to answer the next question b) Is there a temperature, TH, for which the reaction is neither endo- nor exothermic – calculate it? CPm(C2H6) = 52.5 J/(mol K) CPm(C4H10) = 97.5 J/(mol K) Smo(C4H10) = 310.2 J/(mol K) ∆fHmo(C4H10) = -125.7 kJ/mol 2. Relevant equations Δr H (T2) = Δr H (T1) + ΔCp (T2-T1) 3. The attempt at a solution Did I do it right? is it possible?