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Second and Third Laws of Thermodynamics

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Solution: The diagram below depicts the spontaneous sublimation of I2 (s) at 25°C and 1 atm: Accordingly, ΔSsys is ______ , ΔSsurr is _______, and ΔStotal is _______ for this transformation. (a) positive, pos

Problem

The diagram below depicts the spontaneous sublimation of I(s) at 25°C and 1 atm:

Accordingly, ΔSsys is ______ , ΔSsurr is _______, and ΔStotal is _______ for this transformation.

(a) positive, positive, positive

(b) positive, negative, positive

(c) negative, positive, positive

(d) positive, positive, negative

(e) negative, positive, negative