Hess's law
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I need some help with this one please...
A+B > 2 D H= 765.3 kj S= 344 j/k
C > D H= 521 kj S= 171 j/k
calculate G at 298 K for A+B > 2C
I know I need to use the formula G= HTS but I don't know how to get the numbers.
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