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Entropy of Water

  1. Oct 30, 2006 #1
    Hello everyone, I am a second year physics student attending university, and I have a question about how the actual Standard Molar Entropy of various molecules are found and derived. I have been looking through various Thermodynamics and Chemistry books as well journals online and have all referenced water, for example, to have a standard entropy of around 70 (some are more specific, stating 63.45 J/mol-K etc, but others including some chemistry books state the standard molar entropy to be 69.9 J/mol-K.).

    I am specifically interested in how the standard molar entropy of water in liquid form was found.

    Thanks in advanced,
     
    Last edited: Oct 30, 2006
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