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The water gas shift reaction used commercially to produce H_{2}

deltaG std condtions = -28.6 KJ\mol

Calculate the K_{p}at 900K

2. Relevant equations

G^{0}=-RTln(k)

3. The attempt at a solution

-28.6x1000/(-8.314x900)= ln(k)

k=e^{3.822}

k= 45.7

However this is not the correct answer. COuld someone please help me out.

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