Problem: Which is the first step in a realistic experiment to determine the entropy change for a chemical reaction?a. Measuring ΔH°b. Counting the microstatesc. Counting the change in microstatesd. Measuring how the K varies with temperaturee. The entropy change cannot be measured for chemical reactions

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Which is the first step in a realistic experiment to determine the entropy change for a chemical reaction?

a. Measuring ΔH°

b. Counting the microstates

c. Counting the change in microstates

d. Measuring how the K varies with temperature

e. The entropy change cannot be measured for chemical reactions

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