Problem: If a reaction is exothermic but experiences a decrease in its entropy, under what conditions is the reaction most likely to be spontaneous?   A. Low Temperature B. High Temperature C. Low Pressure D. High Pressure

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If a reaction is exothermic but experiences a decrease in its entropy, under what conditions is the reaction most likely to be spontaneous?

A. Low Temperature

B. High Temperature

C. Low Pressure

D. High Pressure

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