3.32. One mole of an ideal gas, initially at 30°C and 1 bar, is changed to 130°C and 10 bar by three different mechanically reversible processes: The gas is first heated at constant volume until its temperature is 130°C; then it is compressed isothermally until its pressure is 10 bar The gas is first heated at constant pressure until its...
Given any triangle #hat(ABC)#, stretch #bar(AC)# to D such that #bar(CD)≅bar(CB)#; stretch also #bar(CB)# into E such that bar(CE)≅bar(CA).Segment #bar(DE) and bar(AB)# meet at F. Show that #hat(DFB# is isoscheles?
4. One mole of monoatomic ideal gas, initially at 27 oC and 1 bar, is heated and allowed to expand reversibly against constant pressure of 1 bar until the final temperature is 127 °C. 4.1 What are the initial (Vi) and final (V2) volumes of the gas? 4.2 Calculate the work (w) that the gas does during this expansion. 4.3...
answer asap please 2. (25 pts) One mole of a monoatomic ideal gas is initially at state i (P isobanic 150 kPa V-10.0L) and it is being expanded to 2.5 times its original volume along two different processes: £ d. #l isobaric and #2 isothermal. sothermal a) What are the final temperatures at the two different final states fi and...
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50 mol of nitrogen gas initially at 10°C and 100 bar Hirogen gas initially at 10°C and 100 bar are heated at constant pressure to a final temperature of 300°C. Using an approp ature of 300°C. Using an appropriate generalized correlation calculate the armount or heat required for the process. Note that nitrogen is not an ideal gas under conditions....
Using the Ideal Gas Law, what volume in L would 1 mole of an ideal gas occupy at standard temperature and pressure? Remember: STP is 273.15 K and 101.325 kPa.
Calculate A, E, μ, cv and S for 1 mole of Kr at 298 K and 1 atm (assuming ideal behavior) Calculate A, E, μ, cv and S for 1 mole of Kr at 298 K and 1 atm (assuming ideal behavior)
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