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Posted by Devin Boutte on Saturday, November 19, 2011 at 3:27am.

Taking into account the "Second Law of thermodynaics", what is the maximum percentage of heat at 700 C that can be converted into electricity if the waste heat was produced as steam at 100 C?

Please Give as much detail as possible instructor will not help cause I missed this lecture because of a family emergency !! please

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