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Problem: Below what temperature does the following reaction become spontaneous?FeO(s) + CO(g)  → CO2(g) + Fe(g)    ∆H = -11.0kJ      ∆S = –17.4J/K191K632K298KNot enough information to determineAlways spontaneous

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Below what temperature does the following reaction become spontaneous?

FeO(s) + CO(g)  → CO2(g) + Fe(g)    ∆H = -11.0kJ      ∆S = –17.4J/K

  1. 191K
  2. 632K
  3. 298K
  4. Not enough information to determine
  5. Always spontaneous

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