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Suppose that 300.0 J of heat is transferred by conduction from a heat reservoir at a...

Suppose that 300.0 J of heat is transferred by conduction from a heat reservoir at a temperature of 415.0 K to another reservoir. Calculate the entropy change if the temperature of the second reservoir is 100.0 K

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