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If a running system has a total change in the heat of 437 joules, and it is running at a temperature of 321 K. What is the entropy?
A. 0.970 joules/kelvin
B. 1.36 joules/kelvin
C. 1.15 joules/kelvin
D. 1.54 joules/kelvin
 9 months ago
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If a running system has a total change in the heat of 437 joules, and it is running at a temperature of 321 K. What is the entropy? A. 0.970 joules/kelvin B. 1.36 joules/kelvin C. 1.15 joules/kelvin D. 1.54 joules/kelvin
 9 months ago
 9 months ago

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souvikBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
entropy S=Q/T Q=change in heat and T=temperature
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SNIIX18Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
thank you it really helped :)
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