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Solution: Calculate ΔS°rxn for the following rreaction. The S° for each species is shown below the reaction.                          H   2      +     Cl 2(g)   →   2HCl(g) S°(J/mol•K)     130.7         223.1         186.9 A) -20 J/K B) +20 J/K C) -166.9 J/K D) +166.9 J/K E) +466.2 J/K

Problem

Calculate ΔS°rxn for the following rreaction. The S° for each species is shown below the reaction.

                         H   2      +     Cl 2(g)   →   2HCl(g)

S°(J/mol•K)     130.7         223.1         186.9

A) -20 J/K

B) +20 J/K

C) -166.9 J/K

D) +166.9 J/K

E) +466.2 J/K