Problem: Which of the following violates the second law of thermodynamics? (TH > TC)A. Heat taken from a body at TH is converted completely into work.B. Heat flows from a body at TH to another body at TC.C. Work is done to remove heat from a body at TC and exhaust it at TH.D. Heat taken from a body at TH is converted partly into work.

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Which of the following violates the second law of thermodynamics? (TH > TC)

A. Heat taken from a body at TH is converted completely into work.

B. Heat flows from a body at TH to another body at TC.

C. Work is done to remove heat from a body at TC and exhaust it at TH.

D. Heat taken from a body at TH is converted partly into work.

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