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Solution: Which of the following processes WILL NOT be spontaneous at 1000 K? A)        ΔH = +40.2kJ/mole      ΔS =  -41.8 J/mole K B)        ΔH = +40.2kJ/mole      ΔS =  +41.8 J/mole K C)        ΔH = -41.8 kJ/mole      ΔS =  +40.2 J/mole K D)        ΔH = +41.8 kJ/mole      ΔS =  -40.2 J/mole K E)         both A and D

Problem

Which of the following processes WILL NOT be spontaneous at 1000 K?

A)        ΔH = +40.2kJ/mole      ΔS =  -41.8 J/mole K

B)        ΔH = +40.2kJ/mole      ΔS =  +41.8 J/mole K

C)        ΔH = -41.8 kJ/mole      ΔS =  +40.2 J/mole K

D)        ΔH = +41.8 kJ/mole      ΔS =  -40.2 J/mole K

E)         both A and D