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Steam is confined in a piston cylinder arrangement with an initial volume of 0.625 cubic meters, an initial temperature of 150 degrees C, and an initial pressure of 16 pounds per square inch. Then the piston is slowly moved so that the steam's volume is decreased by 0.075 cubic meters in an isothermal process. Calculate:

a. the final pressure

b. the work done by the steam

c. the change in the steam's internal energy

d. the change in entropy of the steam

e. whether the total entropy of the universe is increased or decreased by this process

f. draw this on a P-V diagram

Answer #1

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