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Consider an isolated system containing two blocks of copper with
equal mass. One block is initially at 0oC while the other is at
100oC.They are brought into contact with each other and allowed to
thermally equilibrate. What is the entropy change for the system
during this process? The heat capacity for copper is *Cp* =
24.5 [J/mol k]

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