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Solution: Rank these systems in order of decreasing entropy.Rank from highest to lowest entropy. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them.i) 1 mol of oxygen gas at 273 K and 40 Lii) 1/2 mol of xenon gas at 100 K and 20 Liii) 1 mol of xenon gas at 273 K and 20 Liv) 1/2 mol of liquid xenon at 100 Kv) 1 mol of xenon gas at 273 K and 40 Lvi) 1 mol of carbon tetrachloride gas at 273 K and 40 Lvii) 1/2 mol of xenon gas at 273 K and 20 L

Problem

Rank these systems in order of decreasing entropy.

Rank from highest to lowest entropy. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them.

i) 1 mol of oxygen gas at 273 K and 40 L

ii) 1/2 mol of xenon gas at 100 K and 20 L

iii) 1 mol of xenon gas at 273 K and 20 L

iv) 1/2 mol of liquid xenon at 100 K

v) 1 mol of xenon gas at 273 K and 40 L

vi) 1 mol of carbon tetrachloride gas at 273 K and 40 L

vii) 1/2 mol of xenon gas at 273 K and 20 L