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For a particular reaction delta G is more negative than delta H. This means that

a. delta S is zero.
b. deltaS is negative
c. delta S is positive
d. delta S is negative if delta H is positive.
e. delta S is negative if delta H is negative.

i thought it was c?

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c should be right.

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