2nd law of thermodynamics, Chemistry

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Initially 5 mol of an ideal gas with Cv,m=12.5 J K^-1 mol^-1 are at a volume of 5 dm^3 and a temperature of 300K. If the gas is heated to 373 K and the volume changed to 10 dm^3, what is the entropy change?

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