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Which statement about the hydrations of sulfur trioxide is correct?

Which statement about the hydrations of sulfur trioxide is correct?
SO3(g) + H2O(g) ---> H2SO4
H = -227 kJ/mol, S = -309 J/mol-K
At 1,000oC, G = 1.98 X 105 J/mol.
The reaction would be at equilibrium at about 735 K.
The reaction is spontaneous at 1,400 K.
G can be negative only at high temperatures.
None of the above

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