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why the change in entropy of the surrounding increases when the H2o(l) -----to H2o(g)

why the change in entropy of the surrounding increases when the H2o(l) -----to H2o(g)

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Gases molecules are always in constant random motion and utilize their kinetic energy. Due to this random... View the full answer

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