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160 grams of ethanol at 30 degrees Celsius is mixed with 250 grams of ethanol at 77 degrees Celsius at constant atmospheric pressure in a thermally insulated vessel. What is the Delta S sys for the process? Specific heat capacity for ethanol is 2.42 J/g K. So I got up to the part of getting what t should equal 331.8085. I just don't know how to do the rest of it after Delta S sys because the teacher didn't teach us. Help?

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what is the value for how the entropy of liquid ethanol changes with temperature?
That's all that was given in the question! D: I can show you what I did so far...
Let me try to scan my page of what I did so far.

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Oh wow... I just solved it! xD Wowzies I forgot to use ln (using a friend's paper for help) THANKS THOUGH (:

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