1) A reactions has a delta H of 76 Kj and a delta S of 117 J/K. Is the reaction spontaneous at 298 K?
Work:
Delta G= 76kJ/mol  298K(117J/K/1000)
Delta G= 41.134
Spontaneous
2) A reaction has a delta H of 11 kJ and a delta S of 49 J/K. Calculate the delta G at 298 K. Is the reaction spontaneous?
Work:
Delta G= 11kJ  298K(49J/K/1000)
Delta G= 3.602
Spontaneous
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Thanks for showing your work. These two look ok to me.
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Thank you, I was just scared because they were back to back, and the only two problems of its kind, so I wasn't sure if it was right, or I made a mistake somewhere.
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