Question: In making raspberry jelly 900 g of raspberry juice

In making raspberry jelly, 900 g of raspberry juice is combined with 930 g of sugar. The mixture starts at room temperature, 23.0°C, and is slowly heated on a stove until it reaches 220°F. It is then poured into heated jars and allowed to cool. Assume that the juice has the same specific heat as water. The specific heat of sucrose is 0.299 cal/g °C
Consider the heating process. (a) Which of the following terms describe(s) this process: adiabatic, isobaric, isothermal, isovolumetric, cyclic, reversible, isentropic?
(b) How much energy does the mixture absorb?
(c) What is the minimum change in entropy of the jelly while it is heated?

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