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posted by don
(a) If H is positive and S is negative, would G to be positive or negative or is it dependent on T?
(b) For the sign of G that you have in part (a) would the reaction be spontaneous, nonspontaneous, or dependent on the value of T?

DrBob222
dG = dH TdS
If dH is +, dS is , that means
dG = +. Right?
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