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This problem is similar to problem 12 for Chapter 3, and you may use the results of that problem where appropriate. The constant pressure molar heat...

This problem is similar to problem 12 for Chapter 3, and you may use the results of that problem
where appropriate. The constant pressure molar heat capacities of ice and water are
37.7 J mol!1 K!1 and 75.3 J mol!1 K!1 respectively. The molar enthalpy of fusion of ice is
6.01 kJ mol!1 at 0.00° C. The system consists of a 105 gram sample of H2O, initially in the form
of ice .
(c) The water is then allowed to freeze to form ice at -10.00° C. The surroundings are at
-10.00° C. Calculate the change in entropy of the system, the surroundings, and the universe
as a result of this process. Is this process reversible?

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This problem is similar to problem 12 for Chapter 3, and you may use the results of that
problem where appropriate. The constant pressure molar heat capacities of ice and water are
37.7 J mol!1 K!1...

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