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Course: PHY 009B, Fall 2007
School: UC Davis
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9B-C Assignment Physics #10 Cole [20Q.1] Irreversible, because for a reversible process it must be possible for all things involved in the process must be returned to their initial states. Although the pot has been returned to it's initial Q Q &lt; 0 and entropy gained + by the kitchen at state there is the entropy lost by the burner - TH TC TC. Note the kitchen gains more entropy than the burner loses...

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