1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Consider a molecular system containing X type molecules and Y type molecules. X and Y can interconvert, and each has two energy levels (given below). The population in moles (n), of each energy state for X and Y, are given at equilibrium of T=300K. For X n0=0.8 and E0=0 and n1=0.2 and E1=? For Y n0=0.6 and E0=0 and n1=0.4 and E1=? What is the molar change in energy for total conversion from a completely populated X state to a completely populated Y state? 2. Relevant equations Don't know which equation to use. I just think that the population amount is proportional to the energy. 3. The attempt at a solution The change is X→Y .Seems as at T=300K the second energy level of X has a four times bigger energy than the first level. For Y, the enery of the second level is 1.5 times bigger than of the first one, but as the first one has E=0, I am clueless.