# Calculate the change in entropy if Br2(l) is converted into gaseous Br atoms. [Solved] Within the following equation, m and n are the coefficients of the merchandise and the reactants within the balanced response equation.
S = [ mS products] [ nS reactants]
To keep away from litter, I am omitting typing within the unit J/(molK) within the intermediate steps.

Calculate the change in entropy of copper when transformed to a fuel.
Cu(s) Cu(g)
S = [S Cu(g)] [S Cu(s)]
= (166.4 33.2)
= 133.2 J/(molK)

Calculate the change in entropy if Br2(l) is transformed to Br2(g).
Br(l) Br(g)
S = [S Br(g)] [S Br(l)]
= (245.5 152.2)
= 93.3 J/(molK)

Calculate the change in entropy if Br2(l) is transformed into gaseous Br atoms.
Br(l) 2 Br(g)
S = [2 x S Br(g)] [S Br(l)]
= [2 x 175.0] [152.2]
= 197.8 J/(molK)

Within the following equation, m and n are the coefficients of the merchandise and the reactants within the balanced response equation.
S = [ mS products] [ nS reactants]
To keep away from litter, I am omitting typing within the unit J/(molK) within the intermediate steps.

Calculate the change in entropy of copper when transformed to a fuel.
Cu(s) Cu(g)
S = [S Cu(g)] [S Cu(s)]
= (166.4 33.2)
= 133.2 J/(molK)

Calculate the change in entropy if Br2(l) is transformed to Br2(g).
Br(l) Br(g)
S = [S Br(g)] [S Br(l)]
= (245.5 152.2)
= 93.3 J/(molK)

Calculate the change in entropy if Br2(l) is transformed into gaseous Br atoms.
Br(l) 2 Br(g)
S = [2 x S Br(g)] [S Br(l)]
= [2 x 175.0] [152.2]
= 197.8 J/(molK)

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