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A mixture of kg of water and g of ice at is, in a reversible process, brought to a final equilibrium state where the water/ice ratio, by mass, is at . (a) Calculate the entropy change of the system during this process. (b) The sys- tem is then returned to the first equilibrium state, but in an ir- reversible way (by using a Bunsen burner, for instance). Cal- culate the entropy change of the system during this process. (c) Show that your answer is consistent with the second law of thermodynamics.
Give the state(s) of matter that apply in each case below.
(a) The material takes the shape of the entire container.
(b) The material cannot be compressed into a smaller volume even with great pressure.
(c) The entities of the material can undergo vibrational, rotational, and translational motion.
(d) The material retains its shape and volume independent of any container into which it is placed.
(e) The entities have a high degree of order.
(f) The material can easily be compressed into a smaller volume.
(g) The material can be readily poured.
(h) The entities of the material can only undergo vibrational motion.
(i) The material takes the shape of the container but has a definite volume.