For this problem, we need to do the following steps:
Step 1: Calculate ΔH˚rxn.
Step 2: Calculate ΔS˚rxn.
Step 3: Use ΔH˚rxn and ΔS˚rxn to calculate for ΔG˚rxn.
For the reaction 2CH4(g)→C2H6(g)+2H2(g) calculate ΔG∘rxn at 25 °C.
Express your answer using one decimal place.
Standard Thermodynamic Quantities for Selected Substances at 25 °C
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