Oct18-09, 10:04 AM
The Standard molar entropy of H+ and H2O are positive.
But OH- has a negative standard molar entropy.
Can somebody explain why the standard molar entropy of OH- is negative?
I just can't imagine how entropy could be negative.
Thanx in advance!
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