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Solution: How many of the following processes represent an increase in entropy:* Water is heated in the microwave from 23 Celsius to 90 Celsius* The sublimation of I2* CO 2 gas is dissolved in water to make a c

Problem

How many of the following processes represent an increase in entropy:

* Water is heated in the microwave from 23 Celsius to 90 Celsius

* The sublimation of I2

* CO 2 gas is dissolved in water to make a carbonated beverage

* N2O4 (g) → 2 NO2 (g)

A. none

B. one

C. two

D. three

E. all four