Find the entropy change of the system, Chemical Engineering

A system with constant heat capacity CP and initial temperature T1 is heated by contacting a reservoir at Tf . Find the entropy change of the system, reservoir, and system plus reservoir. Calculate the total entropy change assuming Tf = 2T1.

 

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