Calculate the standard energy Gibbs energy change for the formation of propane, C3H8 (g) at 298 K. Given that
For propane = -103.85 kJmol-1
S° mC3H8 (g) =270.2 JK-1 mol-1, S° m H2 (g) = 130.68 Jk-1mol-1
and S° m C(graphite) = 5.74 JK-1 mol-1
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