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A 59.1 liter container holds 8.74 kg of a diatomic ideal gas (mass number of the gas 973) at 958 degrees Celcius. If a piston changes the volume of the gas isothermally to 209 liter, how much heat added or removed during this process, in kJ?

A positive answer means heat is added; a negative answer means heat was removed.

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A 29.8 liter container holds 4.71 kg of a diatomic ideal gas
(mass number of the gas 508) at 292 oC . If a piston
changes the volume of the gas isothermally to 467 liter, how much
heat added or removed during this process, in kJ? A positive answer
means heat is added; a negative answer means heat was
removed.

1. A flask holds 9.73 kg of a monatomic ideal gas (mass number
86.4). If the gas changes temperature isochorically (constant
volume) from temperature 802o C to 376o C,
find the change in the internal energy of the gas, in kJ. A
positive answer means the internal energy increased; a negative
answer means the internal energy decreased.
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3 kg of a monatomic ideal gas (mass number 278), is slowly
changed from pressure 36.4 atm and volume 973 liters to pressure
49.6 atm and volume 606 liters. The P-V diagram for this process is
a straight line. Find the total work done by the system, in
KJ. A positive answer means work is done by the system;
a negative answer means work is done on the system.

21.3 moles of a diatomic ideal gas undergo three steps:
A to B is an isobaric (constant pressure P1
= 4.15x106 Pascal) expansion from volume
V1 = 0.0609 m3 to
V2 = 0.934 m3.
B to C is isochoric (constant volume)
C to A is isothermal (constant T).
During the isobaric expansion from A to B: find Q, the heat
transferred, in Joules. Give your answer in scientific
notation.
NOTE: A positive sign means heat has
been added; a negative...

A container is filled with an ideal diatomic gas to a pressure
and volume of P1 and V1,
respectively. The gas is then warmed in a two-step process that
increases the pressure by a factor of five and the volume by a
factor of three. Determine the amount of energy transferred to the
gas by heat if the first step is carried out at constant volume and
the second step at constant pressure. (Use any variable or symbol
stated above...

A container is filled with an ideal diatomic gas to a pressure
and volume of P1 and V1,
respectively. The gas is then warmed in a two-step process that
increases the pressure by a factor of three and the volume by a
factor of two. Determine the amount of energy transferred to the
gas by heat if the first step is carried out at constant volume and
the second step at constant pressure. (Use any variable or symbol
stated above...

14.3 10.0 L of an ideal diatomic gas at 2.00 atm and 275K are
contained in a cylinder with a piston. The gas first expands
isobarically to 20.0 L (step 1). It then cools at constant volume
back to 275 K (step 2), and finally contracts isothermally back to
10.0 L (step 3). a) Show the series of processes on a pV diagram.
b) Calculate the temperature, pressure, and volume of the system at
the end of each step in...

14.3 10.0 L of an ideal diatomic gas at 2.00 atm and 275K are
contained in a cylinder with a piston. The gas first expands
isobarically to 20.0 L (step 1). It then cools at constant volume
back to 275 K (step 2), and finally contracts isothermally back to
10.0 L (step 3).
a) Show the series of processes on a PV diagram.
b) Calculate the temperature, pressure, and volume of the system
at the end of each step in...

10.0 L of an ideal diatomic gas at 2.00 atm and 275 K are
contained in a cylinder with a piston. The gas first expands
isobarically to 20.0 L (step 1). It then cools at constant volume
back to 275 K (step 2), and finally contracts isothermally back to
10.0 L (step 3).
a) Show the series of processes on a pV diagram.
b) Calculate the temperature, pressure, and volume of the system
at the end of each step in...

A
container holds .2610 molea of an unknown blue ideal gas as shown
below . the initial temperture of the gas is 302.6k and the
pressure is 1.38x10^6pa
the gas initially has a volume of 4.800x10^4 m^3. Heat is
added to the system causing the gas to expand until volume has
tripled . the pressure stays constant as does the number of moles
of gas . what is the temperture of system ? During process in part
a , the...

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