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Free Energy and Temperature
A certain reaction is non-spontaneous at lower temperatures but becomes spontaneous when the temperature is raised sufficiently. For this reaction,

S is positive.
S is negative.
H is negative.
G becomes positive at higher temperatures.
G is always positive.

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    S is Positive

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