# Problem: What is the ∆G (in kJ/mol) for a reaction at 255 Celsius that has a ∆H = 110 kJ/mol and a ∆S of 655 J/mol-K? A. -456 B. -236 C. -57 D. 236 E. 456

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What is the ∆G (in kJ/mol) for a reaction at 255 Celsius that has a ∆H = 110 kJ/mol and a ∆S of 655 J/mol-K?

A. -456

B. -236

C. -57

D. 236

E. 456

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