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Solid borax dissolves in water according to the equation:
Na2B4O7 10H2O(s) 2Na+ (aq) + B4O5(OH)42–(aq) + 8H2O(l)
The sign of Ssys will be

A. positive
B. negative

because there are

A. more
B. less
moles of products generated.
i've tried solving this problem and i think its negative and more. im i right?

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  1. it's positive and more. haha i go to irvine too.

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    posted by julie
  2. thanks. sorry i go to ucla.hahaha

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  3. i go to irvine and this was bomb =]

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  4. irvine! whaaaddup!

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  5. irvine yeayuhhhh

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    posted by amanda
  6. thank you! Irvine is bomb Chem 1C is a bummer lol

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    posted by rob
  7. yeeeee irvine

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    posted by jon
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