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# In solid carbon monoxide, each CO molecule has two ISBN: 9780201380279 40

## Solution for problem 9P Chapter 3

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Problem 9P

Problem 9P

In solid carbon monoxide, each CO molecule has two possible orientations: CO or OC. Assuming that these orientations are completely random (not quite true but close), calculate the residual entropy of a mole of carbon monoxide.

Step-by-Step Solution:

Step 1:

To calculate residual entropy S

No of molecules = N

No of possible orientations = 2N

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