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Second and Third Laws of Thermodynamics

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Solution: What term is given to the fact that the entropy of a perfect crystalline solid is zero at absolute zero? A) First Law of Thermodynamics B) Second Law of Thermodynamics C) Third Law of Thermodynamic

Problem

What term is given to the fact that the entropy of a perfect crystalline solid is zero at absolute zero?

A) First Law of Thermodynamics

B) Second Law of Thermodynamics

C) Third Law of Thermodynamics

D) crystalline lattice theory

E) absolute crystallinity