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198. How to Answer Questions Involving Entropy, Entropy Changes and Total Entropy Changes

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This Chemistry Factsheet gives guidance on how to approach answering questions involving entropy, entropy changes and total entropy changes. The answers given are ‘best answers’. However, in some cases, other answers will gain equal or partial credit. Common mistakes are also indicated so they can be avoided. However, this Factsheet is not a substitute for sufficient effort being put in to learn and understand the relevant chemistry, but it should be a big help.

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January 2013

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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