Question

2 moles of a monatomic perfect gas (initial state A and final
state C) undergo an isobaric expansion AB followed by an adiabatic
expansion BC.

TA= 18 C

PA= 2*10^5 Pa

VB= 0,048m^3

Calculate TB and the amount of heat Q exchanged in the
transformation from A to C.

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