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Solution: Based on your knowledge of carbon allotropes, You can say that ∆G◦f of graphite is ________ and ∆G◦rxn of diamond → graphite is _______. 1. zero, negative  2. positive, positive 3. large, zero 4. zero, large 5. large, small 6. small, negative

Problem

Based on your knowledge of carbon allotropes, You can say that ∆Gf of graphite is ________ and ∆Grxn of diamond → graphite is _______.

1. zero, negative 

2. positive, positive

3. large, zero

4. zero, large

5. large, small

6. small, negative