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3. The enthalpy of fusion (enthalpy of melting) for elemental gallium is 5.61 kJ/mol, and
its melting point is 29.8°C. What is the change in entropy when 1 mol (69.7 g) of gallium
is frozen?
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3. The enthalpy of fusion (enthalpy of melting) for elemental gallium is 5.61 kJ/mol, and its melting point is 29.8°C. What is the change in entropy when 1 mol (69.7 g) of gallium is frozen?

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