For a particular reaction, Δ?∘=20.1 kJ/mol and Δ?∘=45.9 J/(mol⋅K). Assuming these values change very little with temperature, at what temperature does the reaction change from nonspontaneous to spontaneous in the forward direction? ?=   Is the reaction in the forward direction spontaneous at temperatures greater than or less than the calculated temperature?

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For a particular reaction, Δ?∘=20.1 kJ/mol and Δ?∘=45.9 J/(mol⋅K). Assuming these values change very little with temperature, at what temperature does the reaction change from nonspontaneous to spontaneous in the forward direction?

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Is the reaction in the forward direction spontaneous at temperatures greater than or less than the calculated temperature?
 

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