# Help calculating equilibrium temperature for a reaction

1. Aug 20, 2010

### juraelex

I am supposed to find out the adiabatic equilibrium temp. of a liquid phase hydrolysis reaction where the reactants are fed stoichometrically at 20 degrees Celsius. I know I need to find out the Keq for this reaction, but I have no idea how to go about calculating Keq without concentrations of products and reactants being given. I'm assuming there is a way to determine Keq with thermodynamic data but I have not been able to find out how to do so. Could anyone provide some insight?

2. Aug 23, 2010

### leumas614

Keq is equal to $$e^{-\frac{\Delta G}{RT}}$$. Just find $$\Delta G$$ by using a table of thermodynamic data.