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Solution: Which of the following has the greatest entropy, S? (a) 1.00 mole of liquid water at 30° C (b) 1.00 mole of water vapor at 30° C (c) 1.00 mole of regular ice at -10° C  (d) 1.00 mole of “dry ice” (solid CO2) at -10° C (e) 1.00 mole of water under 10 atm of pressure at -10° C

Problem

Which of the following has the greatest entropy, S?

(a) 1.00 mole of liquid water at 30° C

(b) 1.00 mole of water vapor at 30° C

(c) 1.00 mole of regular ice at -10° C 

(d) 1.00 mole of “dry ice” (solid CO2) at -10° C

(e) 1.00 mole of water under 10 atm of pressure at -10° C