An aqueous solution of glucose or an aqueous solution of carbon dioxide at 25 Celsius and why?
Which would have a higher entropy Watch
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- 06-10-2017 14:21
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- 11-10-2017 17:16
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- 11-10-2017 17:24
I might be wrong but I would say glucose. My reason would be that they are both in aqueous states and glucose has a more complicated structure compared to carbon dioxide. (If the carbon dioxide was in a gaseous form and glucose in a solid form then C02 would be more disordered.)
I am just going to say don't take my word for it. (I was never really good in my A-level chemistry.)