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 trent123 Feb26-12 02:29 AM

anyone know how to do this Q? (thermodynamics)

1 mole of an ideal gas is sealed in a 300 ml rigid container. the system undergo heating and a rise in pressure of 550kPa us recorded. Determine the heat received by the system
molar heat capacity at constant volume=12.4705kj/kmol-K

 I like Serena Feb26-12 04:50 AM

Re: anyone know how to do this Q? (thermodynamics)

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 Quote by trent123 (Post 3784735) 1 mole of an ideal gas is sealed in a 300 ml rigid container. the system undergo heating and a rise in pressure of 550kPa us recorded. Determine the heat received by the system molar heat capacity at constant volume=12.4705kj/kmol-K
Welcome to PF, trent123! :smile:

Do you have a couple of relevant equations for this problem?
Perhaps you can use the ideal gas law to calculate the change in temperature?

 trent123 Feb26-12 04:57 AM

Re: anyone know how to do this Q? (thermodynamics)

thx anyway my friend answered me

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