### Formula

K2

equilibrium constant at T1

T2

the corresponding temperautre

T1

the temperature at anther point

K1

the corresponding equilibrium constant at the known temperature T1

DeltaHo

the standard enthalpy change

K2

equilibrium constant at T1

T2

the corresponding temperautre

T1

the temperature at anther point

K1

the corresponding equilibrium constant at the known temperature T1

DeltaHo

the standard enthalpy change

The van 't Hoff equation in chemical thermodynamics relates the change in temperature to the change in the equilibrium constant given the standard enthalpy change for the process. This can be used to predict the temperature at a certain equilibrium constant, given the temperature at another equilibrium constant, or vice versa.

T2

T1

K1

DeltaHo

K2

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