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As an ionic solid dissolves in water, the temperature of the solution increases. What best describes the enthalpy and entropy of the solution?

A. The enthalpy change is negative, and the entropy decreases.
B. The enthalpy change is negative, and the entropy increases.
C. The enthalpy change is positive, and the entropy decreases.
D. The enthalpy change is positive, and the entropy increases.

Is the answer d?

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  1. I know its not c because the entropy has to increase

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  2. The correct answer was B. If you are not sure with your answers you shouldn't be helping

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  3. cortney chill out

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