Standard molar reaction enthalpy and temperature dependence, Chemistry

Q: For a homogeneous reaction in which the reactants and products are solutes in a solution, write a rigorous relation between the standard molar reaction enthalpy and the temperature dependence of the thermodynamic equilibrium constant, with solute standard states based on concentration.

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