# Problem: For a reaction in which ΔH = 125 kJ/mol and ΔS = 325 J/K•mol, determine the temperature in Celsius above which the reaction is spontaneous. A.  385 °C             B.  273 °C       C.  112 °C       D.  405 °C       E.  25 °C

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For a reaction in which ΔH = 125 kJ/mol and ΔS = 325 J/K•mol, determine the temperature in Celsius above which the reaction is spontaneous.

A.  385 °C             B.  273 °C       C.  112 °C       D.  405 °C       E.  25 °C

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