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Solution: A particular reaction has ΔG = –350kJ and ΔS = –350J/K. Which of the following can be said about this reaction at 25 ºC?a. work produced is less than the heat produced, because some of the heat cannot be converted to workb. work produced is less than the heat produced, because some of the work cannot be converted to heatc. heat produced is less than the work produced because some of the heat cannot be converted to workd. heat produced is less than the work produced, because some of the work cannot be converted to heat

Problem

A particular reaction has ΔG = –350kJ and ΔS = –350J/K. Which of the following can be said about this reaction at 25 ºC?

a. work produced is less than the heat produced, because some of the heat cannot be converted to work

b. work produced is less than the heat produced, because some of the work cannot be converted to heat

c. heat produced is less than the work produced because some of the heat cannot be converted to work

d. heat produced is less than the work produced, because some of the work cannot be converted to heat