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Standard molar entropies, S°, in J/Kmol, are given below each reactant and product in the reaction shown below. The standard entropy of reaction, ΔS°, for this reaction is ________ J/K.

   2 SO2(g)+ O2(g) → 2 SO3(g)
      248.1   205.0   256.6
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Standard molar entropies, ΔS°, in J/K•mol, are given below each reactant and product in the reaction shown below. The standard entropy of reaction ΔS°, for this reaction is ________ J/K.

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Standard molar entropies, ΔS°, in J/K•mol, are given below each reactant and product in the reaction shown below. The standard entropy of reaction ΔS°, for this reaction is ________ J/K.

CH4(g) 186.2 + 2O2(g) 205.0 → CO2(g) 213.6 + H2O(l) 69.9
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