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Using data in table below and S °(CaSO4·H2O(s))= 194.0 J·mol-1·K-1, calculate ÄfS° for CaSO4·H2O(s) in J·mol-1·K-1.

CompoundS °, J·mol-1·K-1

C(s) 5.69
H2(g) 130.6

N2(g) 191.5
O2(g) 205.0

Na(s) 51.0
Cl2(g) 223.0

Ca(s) 154.8
S(s) 31.8


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  1. Using data in table below and S °(CaSO4·H2O(s))= 194.0 J·mol-1·K-1, calculate Delta fS° for CaSO4·H2O(s) in J·mol-1·K-1.

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