Problem: Which of the following is true for pure oxygen gas, O2(g) at 25°C?A) ΔH°f > 0B) ΔH°f < 0C) ΔG°f > 0D) ΔG°f < 0E) ΔS° > 0

FREE Expert Solution

oxygen gas elemental form


ΔH˚f and ΔG˚f for elements in their standard state are 0.

ΔS° for gas is greater than 0.


94% (254 ratings)
View Complete Written Solution
Problem Details

Which of the following is true for pure oxygen gas, O2(g) at 25°C?

A) ΔH°f > 0

B) ΔH°f < 0

C) ΔG°f > 0

D) ΔG°f < 0

E) ΔS° > 0

Frequently Asked Questions

What scientific concept do you need to know in order to solve this problem?

Our tutors have indicated that to solve this problem you will need to apply the Gibbs Free Energy concept. You can view video lessons to learn Gibbs Free Energy. Or if you need more Gibbs Free Energy practice, you can also practice Gibbs Free Energy practice problems.