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[tex]\Delta S = \int\frac{dQ_{rev}}{T}[/tex]

You need to integrate this to get the entropy in the standard state by choosing a path that leads from absolute 0 and any pressure to the standard state. You can do this, for instance by heating at constant pressure, then the expression for the entropy would be

[tex]S = \int_{0}^{T}\frac{c_{P}dT}{T}[/tex]

So the problem reduces to measuring the heat capacity as a function of T. The main experimental difficulty would be measuring cp near absolute 0. In practice, you measure as close as you can and then use the Debye approximation (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debye_model) to get the best approximation you can of the heat capacity near absolute 0.

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