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Solution: If a solute dissolves in an endothermic process a) H bonds must exist between solvent and solute. b) strong ion-dipole forces must exist in the solution. c) the solute must be a gas. d) the entrop

Problem

If a solute dissolves in an endothermic process

a) H bonds must exist between solvent and solute.

b) strong ion-dipole forces must exist in the solution.

c) the solute must be a gas.

d) the entropy of the solution is immaterial.

e) the entropy of the solution must be greater than that of its pure components.