# Is there a way to experimentally measure entropy?

I've been doing thermodynamic chemistry, and recently focusing on Gibbs Free Energy. Whilst doing calculations using, $$\Delta G = \Delta H - T \Delta S$$ I have been given a table of values for $\Delta H$ and $\Delta S$, and a temperature to work with. I was wondering , as the unit for entropy is $\mathrm{J/K}$ or $\mathrm{J\ K^{-1}}$ how exactly one would experimentally measure entropy/change in entropy, or can you?

The most common way of measuring $\Delta S^\circ$ for a chemical reaction is probably by making a van't Hoff plot. You measure the equilibrium constant $K$ at different temperatures and plot $\ln K$ vs $T^{-1}$. The $y$-intercept = $R\Delta S^\circ$ and the slope = $-R\Delta H^\circ$.
Another option is to measure $\Delta H^\circ$ by calorimetry and measure $K$ by some other means. Then compute $\Delta G^\circ$ from $K$ and solve for $\Delta S^\circ$