Estimate the value of energy of dissociation, Physics

1. The probability of dissociation of water into H+ and OH- , to a good approximation, can be characterized by the Boltzmann distribution:

 W ≈ e-Eα/ KT

If, at 27°C, 1.5 moles of water contain 1.5 X 1013 pairs of H+ and OH- , estimate the value of energy of dissociation.

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