# Chem21

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Rank these gases in order of increasing standard molar entropy:
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Smallest S Br2(g)
Second smallest S F2(g)
Second largest S I2(g)
Largest S Cl2(g)

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The answer is actually:

Largest: I2 (g)
Second Largest: Br2 (g)
Third Largest: Cl2 (g)
Smallest: F2 (g)

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