Question Solved1 Answer Which of the following statements is/are true? You may select more than one, or none, of the options. Assurr=0 for an adiabatic process. AS = O for an adiabatic process. Asuniv = 0 for a reversible process. Asuniv=0 for an adiabatic process. AS = 0 for a reversible process. Assurr = 0 for a reversible process. TE c tinn Menil. Next

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Transcribed Image Text: Which of the following statements is/are true? You may select more than one, or none, of the options. Assurr=0 for an adiabatic process. AS = O for an adiabatic process. Asuniv = 0 for a reversible process. Asuniv=0 for an adiabatic process. AS = 0 for a reversible process. Assurr = 0 for a reversible process. TE c tinn Menil. Next
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Transcribed Image Text: Which of the following statements is/are true? You may select more than one, or none, of the options. Assurr=0 for an adiabatic process. AS = O for an adiabatic process. Asuniv = 0 for a reversible process. Asuniv=0 for an adiabatic process. AS = 0 for a reversible process. Assurr = 0 for a reversible process. TE c tinn Menil. Next
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Deltas_("surr ")=0 for an adiabatic prowes since for adiabatic process, DeltaS_("univ ")⩾0 then Deltas_("sys ")+Deltas_("surn ")⩾0so, it is FALSEDelta S=0 for an adiabatic process since, Delta s=(Delta Q)/(T)If the process is adiabatic then Delta Q=0 so, Delta s=(0)/(T)=0quad:.Delta s=0TRUEDeltas_("univ ")=0 for a reversible processFor reversible process,DeltaS_("univ ")=DeltaS_("sys ... See the full answer