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When ethene is mixed with hydrogen in the presence of a

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Problem 7P

When ethene is mixed with hydrogen in the presence of a platinum catalyst, hydrogen adds across the double bond to form ethane. At room temperature, the reaction goes to completion. Predict the signs of $$\Delta H^{\circ} \text { and } \Delta S^{\circ}$$  for this reaction. Explain these signs in terms of bonding and freedom of motion.

Equation Transcription:

Text Transcription:

\Delta H^\circ  and \Delta S^\circ

H_2

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Solution 7P

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Ethane undergoes catalytic reduction in presence of hydrogen to form ethane.

The reaction is as follows:

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