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Solution: Consider the following reaction at 120°C. Which statement must be true?H2O(l) → H2O(g)a. The reaction is not spontaneous.b. The reaction is spontaneous.c. ΔG = 0d. ΔG < 0e. Two of these statements

Problem

Consider the following reaction at 120°C. Which statement must be true?

H2O(l) → H2O(g)

a. The reaction is not spontaneous.

b. The reaction is spontaneous.

c. ΔG = 0

d. ΔG < 0

e. Two of these statements are true.