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Solution: At constant temperature and pressure, how is ΔSuniv related to ΔGsys? a) ΔGsys = TΔSuniv b) ΔGsys = -TΔSuniv c) ΔGsys = -ΔSuniv d) ΔGsys = -(ΔSuniv/T) e) ΔGsys = ΔSuniv f) ΔGsys = ΔSuniv/T

Problem

At constant temperature and pressure, how is ΔSuniv related to ΔGsys?

a) ΔGsys = TΔSuniv

b) ΔGsys = -TΔSuniv

c) ΔGsys = -ΔSuniv

d) ΔGsys = -(ΔSuniv/T)

e) ΔGsys = ΔSuniv

f) ΔGsys = ΔSuniv/T