question_answer Q: Consider the reaction: A+2B –> C S° (A) = 107.57 J/molK S° (B) = 208.88 J/molK S° (C) = 191.70…A: Click to see the answer


Consider the reaction:
A+2B --> C
S° (A) = 107.57 J/molK
S° (B) = 208.88 J/molK
S° (C) = 191.70 J/molK
Determine the entropy change of the reaction at 298 K in J.
Do not report units in your answer. Report your answer with 2
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Transcribed Image Text:Consider the reaction:
A+2B –> C
S° (A) = 107.57 J/molK
S° (B) = 208.88 J/molK
S° (C) = 191.70 J/molK
Determine the entropy change of the reaction at 298 K in J.
Do not report units in your answer. Report your answer with 2
question_answer Q: Consider the reaction: A+2B –> C S° (A) = 107.57 J/molK S° (B) = 208.88 J/molK S° (C) = 191.70…A: Click to see the answer


Consider the reaction:
A+2B --> C
S° (A) = 107.57 J/molK
S° (B) = 208.88 J/molK
S° (C) = 191.70 J/molK
Determine the entropy change of the reaction at 298 K in J.
Do not report units in your answer. Report your answer with 2
expand button
Transcribed Image Text:Consider the reaction:
A+2B –> C
S° (A) = 107.57 J/molK
S° (B) = 208.88 J/molK
S° (C) = 191.70 J/molK
Determine the entropy change of the reaction at 298 K in J.
Do not report units in your answer. Report your answer with 2

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