Need chemistry help with: How do I find K from here when I do not know l or n?

Dec 22nd, 2015
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When finding Kp in equilibrium, we use the formula Delta G of standard formation= -RTlnK, I found the lnK number, which was +57.3. How do I find K from here when I do not know l or n? I'm assuming they are constants, but the notes I am looking at are not very thourough

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