Problem: For which of these processes is the value of Δ S expected to be negative? I. Sugar is dissolved in water. II. Steam is condensed. III. CaCO3 is decomposed into CaO and CO2. a) I only b) I and III only c) II only d) II and III only

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For which of these processes is the value of Δ S expected to be negative?

I. Sugar is dissolved in water.

II. Steam is condensed.

III. CaCO3 is decomposed into CaO and CO2.

a) I only

b) I and III only

c) II only

d) II and III only

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