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Solution: Given the values of ΔH∘rxn, ΔS∘rxn, and T below, determine ΔSuniv. a. ΔH∘rxn = 84 kJ , ΔS∘rxn = 144 J/K , T = 303 K b. ΔH∘rxn = 84 kJ , ΔS∘rxn = 144 J/K , T = 762 K c. ΔH∘rxn = 84 kJ , ΔS∘rxn = −144 J/K , T = 303 K d. ΔH∘rxn = − 84 kJ , ΔS∘rxn = 144 J/K , T = 406 K

Problem

Given the values of ΔHrxn, ΔSrxn, and T below, determine ΔSuniv.

a. ΔHrxn = 84 kJ , ΔSrxn = 144 J/K , = 303 K

b. ΔHrxn = 84 kJ , ΔSrxn = 144 J/K , = 762 K

c. ΔHrxn = 84 kJ , ΔSrxn = −144 J/K , = 303 K

d. ΔHrxn = − 84 kJ , ΔSrxn = 144 J/K , = 406 K