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# Exploring the Second LawClassify the following processes

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Problem 3P

Exploring the Second Law

Classify the following processes of a closed system as possible, impossible, or indeterminate.

 Entropy Change Entropy Transfer Entropy Production (a) >0 0 (b) <0 >0 (c) 0 >0 (d) >0 >0 (e) 0 <0 (f) >0 <0 (g) <0 <0

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We have to classify the process as a possible, impossible and intermediate.

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