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Delta S (surroundings) is zero under free expansion; delta S (universe) is zero under reversible conditions and equilibrium; delta S (system) should be zero when there is no transfer of heat from and to the system and when the temperature and volume are constant in the system.
Like the replies above, delta S of the universe, or when negative delta S of the system is equal to delta S of the surroundings, is 0 when the reaction is at equilibrium and is reversible. Also, delta U would be 0.
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