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# In an isothermal and reversible process, 945 J of heat is removed from a system and...

In an isothermal and reversible process, 945 J of heat is removed from a system and transferred to the surroundings. The temperature is 314 K. What is the change in entropy of the system? Justify your answer.

A) –3.01 J/K

B) +3.01 J/K

C) –0.332 J/K

D) +0.332 J/K

E) +2.97 × 105 J/K

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