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TODAY'S LECTLIRE: B "Spontaneity, Entropy and Free Energy" (Chapter 10) Expansion and Compression of an Ideal Gas Reversible and Irreversible Processes Entropy and Work Calculating AS for Physical Processes 1) 2) r) 4) Revers i b le/l rreve rs i b le Processes Reversible Process: a system is changed in such a way that the system AND surroundings are restored to their original state by exactly reversing the change TEST CASE: Isothermal Expansion and Compression of an Ideal Gas Isothermal: temperature of system and surroundings remain constant at all times =AE:0 Since: LE: q +x:0 =@ mss Acceleratlon due to gravity \/ - force .Vs P..,.",= - : j Pu,",,"rocnrassinpan areQ 1 \ aea ofpiston Heat reseNoir (+ constdt T) Gompression ,- -) ----\ :llExpansion) ,t | --:----v G Ej Zfr*'*il Nt \i,n, \r-A -)1 ra l-step Expansion followed by l-step Compression l) Expansion: P, -+ Prl4 and Vt --> 4Vt v'- -P,,,LV = - (erc(
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