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Lecture35_mwf_2101_S - PHYS 2101 Fall 2010 1 Entropy 2 Calculating Entropy for Certain Processes 3 Second Law of Thermodynamics PHYS 2101 CT1

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PHYS 2101 Fall 2010 1. Entropy 2. Calculating Entropy for Certain Processes 3. Second Law of Thermodynamics
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A cup containing 0.20 kg of water at 70° is set out on a table in a room whose temperature is 20°. The change in the entropy of the cup is…? 1 - positive 2 - negative 3 - zero 4 - either positive or zero, but which one cannot be determined from the information given PHYS 2101 CT1: Spring 2011
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PHYS 2101 EX1: A cup containing 0.20 kg of water at 70° is set out on a table in a room whose temperature is 20°. The change in the entropy of the cup is…? 1 - positive 2 - negative 3 - zero 4 - either positive or zero, but which one cannot be determined from the information given Spring 2011
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A cup containing 0.20 kg of water at 70° is set out on a table in a room whose temperature is 20°. The change in the entropy of the closed system is…? 1 - positive 2 - negative 3 - zero 4 - either positive or zero, but which one cannot be determined from the information given PHYS 2101 CT2: Spring 2011
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Lecture35_mwf_2101_S - PHYS 2101 Fall 2010 1 Entropy 2 Calculating Entropy for Certain Processes 3 Second Law of Thermodynamics PHYS 2101 CT1

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