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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, February 14, 2012 at 7:31pm.

Reactions in which a substance decomposes by losing CO are called decarbonylation reactions. The decarbonylation of acetic acid proceeds as follows: CH3COOH(l)= CH3OH(g)+ CO(g. By using data from Appendix C in the textbook, calculate the minimum temperature at which this process will be spontaneous under standard conditions. Assume that Delta H and Delta S do not vary with temperature.

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