Problem: For the decomposition of calcium carbonate, consider the following thermodynamic data.ΔH∘rxn =178.5kJ/mol, ΔS∘rxn = 161.0J/(mol⋅K)Calculate the temperature in kelvins above which this reaction is spontaneous. Express your answer to four significant figures and include the appropriate units.

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For the decomposition of calcium carbonate, consider the following thermodynamic data.

ΔHrxn =178.5kJ/mol, ΔSrxn = 161.0J/(mol⋅K)

Calculate the temperature in kelvins above which this reaction is spontaneous. Express your answer to four significant figures and include the appropriate units.

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