T = 3000 + 273 = 3273 K
ΔGo = ΔHo - T ΔSo
= 88.3 - 3273 x 0.1513
= -406.9
ΔGo = - R T ln K
-406.9 = -8.314 x 10^-3 x 3273 x ln K
ln K = 14.95
K = 3.11 x 10^6
K= PCO2
PCO2 = 3.11 x 10^6 atm
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