## Homework 9.13

$\Delta S = \frac{q_{rev}}{T}$

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### Homework 9.13

When we are calculating change in entropy with a change in volume and temperature of a gas, why do we assume that there is just 1 mole of gas? In the problem we are give the two different volumes and the two different temperatures. We also assume ideal behavior of the gas.

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### Re: Homework 9.13

Question 9.13 has a typo, please see the attachment to the following link to find the correct solution method:

viewtopic.php?f=133&t=10066&p=25084&hilit=typo&sid=c5e67bd24c1b3a1939c9ab251863475d#p25084

And in regards to the number of moles, it should have stated the number of moles (1.00) in the problem statement.

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