Related questions


How can ΔS° for a reaction be relatively independent of T if S° of each reactant and product increases with T?

  • For a given substance, the entropy changes greatly from one phase to another, e.g., from liquid to gas. However, the entropy changes little within a phase. As long as the substance does not change phase, the value of ∆S° is relatively unaffected by temperature. Beatrice commented over 1 year ago
  • Could you please break down this answer? I don't understand it. Beatrice commented over 1 year ago