Molar entropies

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Molar entropies

Postby 905022356 » Mon Feb 12, 2018 11:12 am

I am confused, what are standard molar entropies and what do we use them for?

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Re: Molar entropies

Postby manasa933 » Mon Feb 12, 2018 11:28 am

They are molar entropies taken under standard conditions with pure forms of the substance. (1 bar and usually, 298K unless specified otherwise)

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Re: Molar entropies

Postby 905022356 » Mon Feb 12, 2018 2:57 pm

Okay, I get that conceptually, but how do we calculate them? Do we measure them experimentally or?

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Re: Molar entropies

Postby Ishita Monga 1B » Mon Feb 12, 2018 3:23 pm

905022356 wrote:Okay, I get that conceptually, but how do we calculate them? Do we measure them experimentally or?


If we have to use molar entropies in a calculation they will be given to us.

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Re: Molar entropies

Postby 905022356 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 3:58 pm

okay, thanks, also, what is the difference between standard molar entropies and statistical entropies?

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Re: Molar entropies

Postby William Xu Dis 1D » Fri Feb 16, 2018 3:27 pm

905022356 wrote:okay, thanks, also, what is the difference between standard molar entropies and statistical entropies?

I know that standard molar entropies are a measure that is absolute and definite at 25 Celsius. I believe that what you are referring to as statistical entropy is the ones calculated using degeneracy (number of ways to reach a possible state, which is related to the probability that a state is more ordered or less ordered.

An interesting video I saw explained entropy being driven by statistics, in that the universe tends to become more disordered simply because there are many more disordered states than ordered states, so probability simply drives it toward the more disordered states.


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