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The change in entropy equations with constant temperature, or change in volume work for reversible and irreversible changes, but does the equation that accounts for a change in temperature also work for an irreversible change?
Hmm that’s a good question; I’m not sure because it seems that the equation for change in entropy when temperature changes is derived from the constant temperature equation which only works for reversible pathways, yet the textbook doesn’t seem to specify that this second equation is only for reversible processes...
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