Problem: Which of the following is true for a system at equilibrium? A) ΔS°sys = ΔS°surr B) ΔS°sys = - ΔS°surr C) ΔS°sys = ΔS°surr = 0 D) ΔS°univ > 0 E) None of these is a sufficient condition.

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Which of the following is true for a system at equilibrium?

A) ΔS°sys = ΔS°surr

B) ΔS°sys = - ΔS°surr

C) ΔS°sys = ΔS°surr = 0

D) ΔS°univ > 0

E) None of these is a sufficient condition.

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