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Two reactions, A and B, have the same DH, but the DS of reaction A is 230 J deg1 mol1

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Problem 11.33

Two reactions, A and B, have the same DH, but the DS of reaction A is 230 J deg1 mol1 , and the DS of reaction B is 2180 J deg1 mol1 . At 25 C (298 K), which reaction is faster and by what factor? (Hint: Apply Eq. 9.20b, p. 391.)

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Author: Marc Loudon, Jim Parise
ISBN: 9781936221349

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