We can use the following equation to solve for ΔS˚rxn:
The given reaction is:
SnCl4(l) ⟶ SnCl4(g)
ΔS°298 SnCl4(l) = 259 J/mol K
ΔS°298 SnCl4(g) = 366 J/mol K
Calculate ΔS°298 for the following change.
(a) SnCl4(l) ⟶ SnCl4(g)
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