Problem: For the reaction HCHO (g) + 2/3O3 (g) → H2O (g) + CO2 (g) the value of ΔG° is -620.6 kJ at 25°C. Other data are as follows (at 25°C): Calculate the absolute entropy, S°, per mole of O3(g). 

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For the reaction 

HCHO (g) + 2/3O3 (g) → H2O (g) + CO2 (g) 

the value of ΔG° is -620.6 kJ at 25°C. Other data are as follows (at 25°C): 

Calculate the absolute entropy, S°, per mole of O3(g). 

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