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A chemical reaction with ?H > 0 carried out at constant temperature and pressure will necessarily be spontaneous if (A) ?G > 0 (B) ?S (C) ?H > T?S (D) ?



A chemical reaction with ?H > 0 carried out at constant temperature and pressure will necessarily be spontaneous if  


        (A)    ?G > 0


        (B)    ?S < 0


        (C)    ?H > T?S


        (D)    ? < T?S.


 


Grade:upto college level

1 Answers

Radhika Batra
247 Points
7 years ago

For a reaction to be spontaneous ?G should be negative. It is possible only if ?H < T?S. (Here ?S = + ve)

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