Find the entropy change and internal energy, Chemistry

Question:

Steam initially in a vapor/liquid mixture with 80 percent liquid at 250C, expands isothermally and reversibly to a final state at 20 bar. Using the steam tables:

a) Find the entropy change.

b) Calculate the heat flow.

c) Find the internal energy change.

d) Calculate the work done.

 

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