Let's say we have a beaker containing a mixture of liquid and solid water. The temperature for this mixture would be 0°C or 273K. 1. What will happen if it comes in contact with a metal block that is <273 K? 273 K 2. What will happen if it comes in contact with a metal block that is >273 K? >273 K Now let's think about the freezing process of the ice-water mixture. For each of the following state whether the thermodynamic term is: a) <0, b) >0, or c) 0 3. What would you predict for each of the following in terms of the system? a. AHsys b. ASsys 4. What would you predict for each of the following in terms of the surroundings? a. AHsurr b. ASsur 5. What would you predict happen? Recall the second law of thermodynamics) ASotal would be for this process? (Hint: does the process

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Let's say we have a beaker containing a mixture of liquid and solid water. The temperature for
this mixture would be 0°C or 273K.
1.
What will happen if it comes in contact with a metal block that is <273 K?
273 K
2.
What will happen if it comes in contact with a metal block that is >273 K?
>273 K
Now let's think about the freezing process of the ice-water mixture. For each of the following
state whether the thermodynamic term is: a) <0, b) >0, or c) 0
3.
What would you predict for each of the following in terms of the system?
a. AHsys
b. ASsys
4.
What would you predict for each of the following in terms of the surroundings?
a. AHsurr
b. ASsur
5.
What would you predict
happen? Recall the second law of thermodynamics)
ASotal would be for this process? (Hint: does the process
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Let's say we have a beaker containing a mixture of liquid and solid water. The temperature for this mixture would be 0°C or 273K. 1. What will happen if it comes in contact with a metal block that is <273 K? 273 K 2. What will happen if it comes in contact with a metal block that is >273 K? >273 K Now let's think about the freezing process of the ice-water mixture. For each of the following state whether the thermodynamic term is: a) <0, b) >0, or c) 0 3. What would you predict for each of the following in terms of the system? a. AHsys b. ASsys 4. What would you predict for each of the following in terms of the surroundings? a. AHsurr b. ASsur 5. What would you predict happen? Recall the second law of thermodynamics) ASotal would be for this process? (Hint: does the process

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