Problem: For which of the following pure chemical substances (at T = 25.0 °C) will ΔG° f, the free energy of formation, be equal to 0.00 kJ/mol?a) O2(g)b) O3(g)c) SO2(g)d) Both a and be) Both a and b and c

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For which of the following pure chemical substances (at T = 25.0 °C) will ΔG° f, the free energy of formation, be equal to 0.00 kJ/mol?

a) O2(g)

b) O3(g)

c) SO2(g)

d) Both a and b

e) Both a and b and c

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