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Solution: For the following questions circle the correct answer. There is one and only one correct answer. The substance with the largest value for entropy (at T = 25.0 °C and p = 1.00 atm). a) CH3CH2CN(l) b) CH3CN(I) c) CH3CH2CN(g) d) CH3CN(g)

Problem

For the following questions circle the correct answer. There is one and only one correct answer.

The substance with the largest value for entropy (at T = 25.0 °C and p = 1.00 atm).

a) CH3CH2CN(l)

b) CH3CN(I)

c) CH3CH2CN(g)

d) CH3CN(g)