# Problem: Place the following in order of increasing molar entropy at 298 K. [Least (left) - Most (right)]     C(s)           O2(g)         Ne (g) A) C(s)    &lt;   O2(g)    &lt;   Ne (g) B) O2(g)  &lt;   C(s)      &lt;  Ne (g) C) Ne(g)   &lt;  O2(g)      &lt;  C(s) D) Ne(g)    &lt;  C(s)        &lt;  O2(g) E) C(s)       &lt;  Ne(g)     &lt;  O2(g)

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Place the following in order of increasing molar entropy at 298 K. [Least (left) - Most (right)]

C(s)           O2(g)         Ne (g)

A) C(s)    <   O2(g)    <   Ne (g)

B) O2(g)  <   C(s)      <  Ne (g)

C) Ne(g)   <  O2(g)      <  C(s)

D) Ne(g)    <  C(s)        <  O2(g)

E) C(s)       <  Ne(g)     <  O2(g)

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