Given a sample of nitrogen gas (assume ideal gas conditions), the following conditions were observed inside the container. n = 0.75 moles at 253 K, and pressure = 0.5 atm. Then, an ISOTHERMAL IRREVERSIBLE COMPRESSION on the system forced by a constant Pexternal = 10 atm reduced the initial volume by a factor of 2. Assume diathermal walls on this container. Calculate the entropy change of the system, surroundings and universe. ATTEMPT: The entropy change of the system is under ISOTHERMAL conditions, so, dT = 0, and, dS = nRln(P2/P1) dS = (0.75 mol)(8.314 J/Kmol)ln(1/2) However, I am having a difficult time conceptualizing the entropy change of the surroundings. This is obviously an integral part of computing the entropy change of this particular universe. I'll appreciate any feedback! Thank you.