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#### Change in entropy is negative for–

- Bromine(l)→Bromine(g)
- C(s)+H2O(g)→CO(g)+H2(g)
- N2(g,10atm) →N2(g,1atm)
- Fe(at400K) →Fe(at300K)

#### The correct answer is: Fe(at400K) →Fe(at300K)

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