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Homework Help: college chem 2

Posted by shel on Monday, March 24, 2014 at 3:07am.

Calculate the deltaS univ for the dissolving of NaCl at room temp. S' NaCl(s)=72.11 J/k*mol; S' NaCl(aq)=115.5 J/k*mol;deltaH' NaCl(s)=-411.12 kJ/mol; deltaH' NaCl(aq)=-407.27 kJ/mol.

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