# Problem: Determine ΔS° for the reaction SO3(g) + H2O(l) → H2SO4(l).                  S° (J/K•mol) SO3(g)         256.2 H2O(l)         69.9 H2SO4(l)     156.9   A) 169.2   J/K•mol B) 1343.2 J/K•mol C) -169.2  J/K•mol D) -29.4    J/K•mol E) 29.4     J/K•mol

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Determine ΔS° for the reaction SO3(g) + H2O(l) → H2SO4(l).

S° (J/K•mol)

SO3(g)         256.2

H2O(l)         69.9

H2SO4(l)     156.9

A) 169.2   J/K•mol

B) 1343.2 J/K•mol

C) -169.2  J/K•mol

D) -29.4    J/K•mol

E) 29.4     J/K•mol

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