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# 1) Although the entropies of ideal gases calculated using statistical mechanics are in general consistent with the values measured by calorimetry....

1) Although the entropies of ideal gases calculated using statistical mechanics are in general consistent with the values measured by calorimetry. Sometimes discrepancy is observed. And when there is discrepancy, the experimental values are lower than the calculated values. What is the origin of the discrepancy?2)Determine the constant volume heat capacity, entropy, Gibbs energy of H35 Cl at 298.15K and 1 Bar pressure. 3) Derive an expression for the standard molar entropy of a monatomic gas restricted to two-dimensional translational motion (i.e. atoms moving on a flat surface).