Can you calculate the entropy changes in process 3 and process 2.
Question 11Your answer is partially correct. Try again.A three-step cycle is undergone reversible by 4.31 mol of an ideal gas: (1) an adiabatic expansion that gives the gas 3.40 times its initial volume, (2) a constant-volumeprocess, (3) an isothermal compression back to the initial state of the gas. We do not know whether the gas is monatomic or diatomic; if it is diatomic, we do not knowwhether the molecules are rotating or oscillating. What are the entropy changes for (a) the cycle, (b) process 1, (c) process 3, and (d) process 2?(a) NumberToUnitsJ/K(b) NumberUnitsJ/Kx(c) Number : 45.5UnitsIJ/K(d) Numberx45.5UnitsJ/KClick if you would like to Show Work for this question: Open Show Work