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In studying heat flows for chemical processes, what do we mean by the terms system and surroundings?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The term system and surrounding should be defined.

Concept Introduction:

The universe is divided into two parts; system and surrounding.

Universe = System + Surrounding.

Explanation

In thermodynamics, system is defined as the region in space which is surrounded by random surfaces for study or anything which is considered for study.

Surrounding is defined as the region present outside the system.

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