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When the gas is expanding in a vacuum, there is nothing to oppose the gas (free expansion), making the work = 0. In a vacuum, there is also no change in temperature or heat change, making delta U = 0, thus q= 0. delta S in free expansion would still be equal to nRln(V2/V1).
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