# Chemistry

What is the entropy of CH3OH?

My CRC tables list 239.865 J/K*mol @ 298.15o K.

Do you also know the enthalpy?

deltaHof= -201.000 kJ/mol according to the CRC Handbook,1995-96 edition.

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