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Refrigerant The refrigerant known as freon-14 is an

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Problem 121

Refrigerant The refrigerant known as freon-14 is an ozone-damaging compound with the formula C F 4 . Why is the C F 4 molecule nonpolar even though it contains polar bonds?

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FundamentalEquations,MaxwellRelation, andMaterialEquilibrium st nd By combining 1 law and 2 law of thermodynamic one would get: + − < 0 This is the condition for spontaneous change in terms of U, P, V, T, S By putting conditions and constraints to create criteria for equilibrium: 1. Isolated system: = = 0 ∆ = 0 ∆ = 0 Plugging this into the combination equation: − < 0 ,

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Textbook: Chemistry: Matter & Change
Edition: 1
Author: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780078746376

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