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Second and Third Laws of Thermodynamics

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Solution: The Three Laws of Thermodynamics are as follows: 1. The tot...

Problem

The Three Laws of Thermodynamics are as follows:

1. The total ____________ of the universe is constant.

2. The total ___________ of the universe increases for a spontaneous process.

3. The ____________ of a perfectly ordered crystal at 0 K is 0.

The answers in order are

(a) energy, energy, energy      

(b) energy, entropy, energy      

(c) entropy, energy, energy

(d) entropy, energy, entropy    

(e) energy, entropy, entropy